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To the Boys 
and Girls 



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Th« PuMlar l8 hero. crII In and (jet 
'«n« bafore thax^'°» ^'^ gone, 

CampbeU'd FroBCrtptlon Store. 
W« are prompt and careful. ' 






COAL 



N. 



HALL & Walker 

Wellington Colliery Co. Coal 



rut aoY«niin«Dt 8L 



PbOBs IL 



m iMtL 



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VOLCIll,, NO/208. . 



Fountain Pens 



THE KIND THAT ARE 
RELIABLE 

Priced From $3.00 Up 



'A Fountain Pen^is an article which must ,Q;ivc 
satisfaction. No <l'>u1>t-^ti air c mvrr-ani \\\\h the 
manv grades offered }ou un the niarket toda}'. many 
of which find their place either in the waste' pap.cr 
basket or fire. Possibly the}- leak, or the flow of ink 
cannot be regulated. 

Waterman's -and Ccnklin Pens are world famed. 
These names are a guarantee to-y€»ttF-gettkig:,pexiect: 
satisfaction in any pen you buy macTeTby these famous 

firms. ' — - : ■ : . '. 




VICTORIA, B. C, SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1910. 



TWENTY PAGES 



Disaffected Parties in Spain, 
Give Up Idea of Showing 
Hostility to Government at 
Sao Sebastian .. 



TROOPS "prepared 

TO GUELb B^5#fiDER 



lighted with electricity. 

An eiehteen stall round house in be- 
ins ert-tted for frt'lK'H and swUi^hlnu 
I'nKtno.s In the freight yard, and a 
liUKi'' iinichine .-'hop, six hundred feet 
fri'lKlit Hhcd, new yard oIYiceH and 100 
loot l(.:c liouHt' arc undor eonstructioiv. 
The iinprov(.->rn<:nts al«i) include a ni«- 
fliaiilcal t'oiiNhandlUiK plant, niaUing 
the yardaKo I'aellttlea ai I'algary the 
inost coinplete uewl of Winnipeg. ..T^. 

li ■i^5 anttilijated that one of the new 
wiUKS to the O. P. R. .station will be 
(.■(uui)leted ljy the 'beBlnniixg of Novem- 
ber and the oilier will prgbijtdy ' be 
ready liy Kebruary. TJie eonntrurHon 
or tlloiiC two wings will (piadruple pre- 
sent aeeoniniodatTon.s and extend wait- 
ing rooin.s, ticket office-s, l)aggage acji 
eomniodation and express office. The 
liuildliK,' will be of reinforced concrelu, 
with brick, and will liave stone fuc- 
iiiKS- 




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Senator Gore's Statements/in 
Regard to Attempted Bribery 
at Wasliinglon' Are Flatly 

—■Sent radiated 



^Temper of Populace M'akes 



volt in Biscayan Provinces 
Appears Serious 



•- : • 

State of Trade 



NEW VOHiKj .Aug.. 



Challoner & Mitchell Co., Ltd. 

Jewellers ^ 1017 Government Street 



_ r.. — Bra'dstrcefs 

tonwFow'' wlU- 'say : "Trade ropof t-s 
.sbow little 'fall .detuand, though the 
twJvance of Uie season and the advi^me 
of crops towards harvest has- aided m 
enlarging the jobbing den\and at some 
,- - important western CCTtre.s. Retail, trad.- 

QUiio + lna n^naPi'nil"; Rp- ia atilt-con imed largely to clearance 

OltUatlOn UangeiOUb ^^ "sales oFTummer gootls at eonceaslona. 

Collections, a.s yet. show little imvfove- 
•ment and are. slow as a wliole. In 
leading Indu.striea there arp, few new 
-ftsatures. Building returns .for July 
show a heavy decrease from a -year 
ago. Iron and steel are utiiet, and lead- 
ing Interests report that prices wHl 
not T)e cut. but some western nvarkets 
report price conceajiionB In ilnished 
itne«. Business fallure.-s in Canada f*>r 
Jiie_week number 47, which compares 
with 11 for last week, and '11 In the 
1; k of 1909. .. . 



OKLAH-OW=ArWAN 

ENTER'S NE<3iATIVE 



Fatal Railway Wreck. 
SCBANTON, Fa., Aug. 5.— Two j 
trainmen were killed and two others 
are missing asi the result of a freight 
wreck todav on the Dclewar.?, U'lcka- 
waniitt & Western Hallway ut Anaii- 
mtnk, west of StroudslKirg. The train 
ran uwiiy while going down the Po- 
(•ouo mouiilaiu Nearly all of the sixty 
ciirs are said to have' been derailed 
and the wreck took fife. ' 



AIL SAFE ON 




Says 



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o! Select Your Sunday g 
Dinner Here 



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MILK-FiKD SI'KlN'i- CHICKENS, per lb. . 

OOD RO-\STINU CmCKE.XS. per lb. ... 

[XE "BROILERS," per Ih. ................ 

. A.VCY MALAG.A CRAPES, per basket ... 

^IpT-?|OUSE TO-MATOES, per lb 

GdoSEBERRIES. 2 lbs. far . ... , 



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•■35^ 
-.75c 
..t5c 
..25c 



FAXCY OR.-M'E FRnf, 2 for 25c, or each la^'k and .. .ibc 



TODAY'S VSPEGIALS^^^?^' 
T \BEE FE.\CHES, per box $i.oo„ per dozeii-^^ — 25c 
IWNCV, C AT.IFjOKNIA ^ GRAVENSTErN AI^PLES, 

.....••.•<•••••••••• • »■• •»•*•••••'•• .«|>2.50 



per box 



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DIXI H. ROSS & GO. 

IndependenJ^Grocers, 1317 GovernrrtentStrefet 
Tei.s. 50, 51, 52 - - , - - Liquor Dept. Tel. 1590 



MADRID, August 8;— It Is offlciarHy- 
aniiounced that the- demonstration 
BiihBduled -UJ-ba-Jieki.- au'SiUi Se bast i ^ n 
on Sunday has been abandoned. 

The Catholic newspapers will -pntr^ 
llsh manifesto' fj explaining; the de- 
cision. " ' "' , 

Anticipating a great ,demon»tra.tlaiu 
i)y the clericals, revolutionists and 
t'arlists on Sunday, the Government 
sent reinforcements to San Sebastian. 
The troops are supplied with i)all 
cartridges, arid it Is reported that or- 
ders to their commanders are to shoot | 
to kill at the llrst sign of disorder. 

San Sebastiain, the summer cai)ltaJ of 
the kingdom, l.s seething with dlscon- 
I tent, and a revolt Is di^^cussed openly. 
The temper of the populace is aggra- 
vated by news of the Blscuyan proV- 
I Ince olllcials that clashes between 
I troops and revolutionists have occur- 
I red. - The fact that dispatches are 
t clofeeiy censored lead to the belief that 
the conflicts are more serious than the 
dispatches relate. 

It Is believed here that wealthy aris- 
tocrats are linancing . the demonstra- 
4ion planned for Sundaiy. They are said 
to be eraploymg autamoblles. horses 
and wagons to bring hundreds of per- 
sons from tTie country districts into 
San Sebasti:.M 

The mlUta. rniu- has issued 

proclamation fiirbiddlng all ■ ' •.^'» 
but those of regular catholi *•- 

lages In the churches, and pru:u:)iung 
Tyntsh»CTg - - £ront e n tegJ-Hg--tJt«>-town. Thl.^ 
latter precaution- was taken foUowi^LK- 
reports that Biscayan priest.s are arm 



He Had No Interest in 
McMurray Contracts and 
That He Did Not Mention 
Naimes As Alleged 



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MILE RANCii 





Property of Douglas Lake Com- 
pany Sold to P, Burns & Co,, 
for $1,500,000 — Includes 
Many Acres of Land 



fng'"tB"glF'parl8Ti'T^Q'"i^nr~aTT d u rg i n g ih o m 
to enter San Seba^tlarri. ' 

The reports Indicate th.it the Basques 
in Biscay. Alava, rjulpuzcoa and N'ay- 
«rra hdvA seized trains apd small 
river craft, and the {preparing -to JigUt 
troops sent to preveiit ^el? /dftpfeda- 
tlons. — '-^ t .." ■ ■■: 



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YOUR GRITICAL 
^ MOMENT — 

In shoe buying comes when you decide where you'll 
buy. rather than what, because what yo-tf get depends 
on where you get it. 

We offer the sdrt of Boots, Shoes and • Slippers 
that make voU economize. 



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MEFiRlT, B. <■ ' ' 't is,r*'port- 

ed on good autl '» property 

of the iJouKlas l.aK- - 'itio vompany ha« 
been sdld to P. Burns & Go., for a sum 
SHid to be $l.*«0.0((n. There are in all 
]()fi,O0(» acres "Of hind, a large iHirt of 
-which-+»-uAd«r-cuh-lTatton, "and t!ie cit- 
tle number ..I2.a00 head. 
; m?un i a & C o :-tmTe"bf»r>-a<^ki't«^ Utis 
property for some time apd it was only 
a few months ago that J'. B. Greaves 
refused ah offer of $1,000,000. 

The DouKla.>< I.Ake Cattle company's 
ranch Is one of tlie largest cattle 
ranches In the .province. 



MUSKOGEE, Okla., Atg. 5.— With 
Senator Thomas P. pore reasserting 
his cliargo that he had been offered 
a bribe of J2o,000 or $60,000 to In- 
fluence his action In congress, and 
with 'Jake L.. Itamon, accused by the 
fjenator of having offered the bribe, 
(Icnyiiig that he had ever done any 
KUiii thing, t"h(; investigation of t^e 
Oklahoma Indian lands case by a com- 
mittee of the house of representatives 
today slmni.'red down l" a mass of. de- 
nials. 

For four hours, Hamon. former 
chalri'iian of the Oklahoma Republican 
state committee, entered a denial as 
to his alleged relation with what are 
known a.s the McMurray contraits, by 
which according to Senator Oorc, $3,- 
000,000, or ten per cent of JSO.OOO,- 
000, to be realized from the sale of, 
Indian lands to a .\'ew York -syndi- 
cate was to be diverted from the In- 
dians in the shape of "attorney's fees" 
.Vmong llamon's denials were the 
following. That he had ever been 
closeted with Senator Gore at Wash- 
ington to urge the afiproval of the con- 
tracts; that he had ever mentioned 
the names of Vice President, Sherman, 
Senator CJiaries f'urtis of Kansas of 
Corigresflman B. S. McGuire of Okla- 
boma as being "intorestfrd" in tlie con- 
tracts, as cliarged by Senator Pore; 
that he ijad ever spoke of a .bribf> to , „,, 
anybody about any legislation, or that Henry 
he ever was IntercJ-ti-d In the .Mc 
Murray contracts.. 



FOR LONG_ LIFE 

Spokane Judge Has Theory Which He' 
Thinks Will Keep Him to ;/ 
Good Old Age / 

Sl'iiK.V.M^. Wash., Aug, .5^'l. buve 
Ijecii working 'in Huh theor.v4wo years 
and if I live two years ijvfire and am 
in good condition 1 "in ^oImk to Uvt' to 
b,' lliO years of age," raid Judge B. 'H. 
Sullivan of the Spo^ine county «ii- 
perior court. "Mii^-cover," he said, "1 
ijclleve that mofnl'ers of the human 
race will liv.- 4u l>f 400 or 500 years 
old In time."' 

Judge Sdllivan; who is 60 years of 
.ige antVas struiglit as a new arrow 
ascribes his physical and mental vig- 
or to' exercising regularly, drinking 
Idpntv of vvatejr^gjnd breathing pure 
air. ""The matter-of nta" he said in 
explaining his theory, • "is mainly a 
MUCHtlon of renewal. T'.arringf acci- 
dents, if we take care of ourselyes and 
don't give \i\>, we should live many 
vcars longer than we do at this time, 
bid age is nothing more than fear, ig- 
norance I'.ml giving up. There Is no 
need for old age Iri tbe body. Just 
kceji the joints springy and the blood 
pounding through the veins and ar- 
teries and the body will renew. My 
I rule is to drink more water than the 
foodstuffs t eat aniL walk as much as 
I possible." 



C/'P, R. Alaska Liner Struck 
Reef in, Lynn Canal Yester- 
day But Passengers and 
Crew Are Safe 



ARE BEING CARED 

FOR AT JUNEAU 



Mails and Gold Cargo Also 
Landed — Wrecking; Vess^ 
Leave for Scene and May 
Salve Sunken Steamer 



VAINLY SEARCH 



Tliu steamer Princess .May, Capt. 
John Mcl.eod, of the C. P. R. Alas-' 
kan service, southbound from Skagway 
1 with 80 passengers, including a num- 
I cr of ejccursionists making tTio round 
1 trip, went a.sliore at ttie north end of 
.Sentinel Island, Lynn canal, at 2 a.m. 
yesterday. Wrecking vessels* are belnjT 
seat to her as^slsiance. The passen- 
gers and crew, 148 in aU were landed 
safely by-ittre-ivrecked steamers boats 
on Sentinel Island, • wliere the light- 
house keepers at the United Slate.s 
llglit station an(l fog alarm, did all they 
could to care for them. The malls In- 
cluding some gold were also landed. 

Wireless operator Keller .sent broad- 
cast signjils of distress after the ves- 
sel went ashore until the Inrush of 
water drowned out the engines and 
rendered the apjiaratus ineffective. Far 
out In the North Pacific in longitude 
148.30 west, latitude 53. 120 north, the 
steamer Victoria of the Alaska Steam- 
ship company taught the distress sig- 
nal, as follows; 

"S. S. Prlnces-s -May sinking Sentinel 
Island; send lielp." 

The A'lctoria sent the message to 

the U. S. naval wireless station at 

.Cordova, but before the operators there 

vo,... - - I l.f- in-],.,juld get In touch With the May thi' 

iW cliainiJ ifc.iiains of ■ water had flooded o,ut her i)owe)-. 

her. and Ida wife *"'' 1 >>leanw'ltU_e^ Capt. McLeod and ,,hls o^- 

.Mon. who were presumably murdered by - ^ - -^■^■,^...2.^^ ..u. 1 ii.,.. 




No Solution Yet of Mystery In 
.California— Inquest Is Held 
Over Remains of Kendall 
Family 



CASADERO, Oal 
(luest over the few 
Kendall, the rano 



McCandless Bros. & Cathcpt 

555 Johnson Street - Victbria, B. C. 
Positively No Credit ' 



MANY SALMON 

Inspector Taylor Reports That West 

Coast .Canneries -Are Enjoying 

Busy Season 

NA.NAIMO. Aug. 5.— Inspector of 
Fisheries -K; "Of'- ;Pay l»r.- wUttrned,. y e?- 
, terday'from Alber'nl. where he has been 
ion .a tour of inspection to the salmon 
1 . Mnti'.Tii'-^ ■• lish traps on the w est 
' ii,.a.--t •>: . ■ i.ind. / ■, • ' 

• T.ho inspector reports the fishing in- 
i dustry booming along the wes| coast 
!of the Island. On Sunday we<»k Ternan's 
cannery, at Uchuklisct, made a record 
single haul of 16,000 salmon. Mr. 
Brewster's canneo' at Clayb^uot ks 
al^so well Supplied With flsh and the 
traps reporting good hauls. Mr. Tay- 
lor states that Anderson Lake hatch- 
ery and the Kennedy Lake hatchery 
are nedrlng^omplotlon. The whaling 
station at Sechart Is enjoying a pros- 
perous season. On the day thaj^ the 
inspector visited that point there were, 
five whales brought into the .station. 



ALOERMAN HUM8ER 

OFFICE 




A Suffragette's 
Answer 



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MANY IMPROVEMENTS , 

Canadian Pacific Railway Adding 

Largely to Its Facilities 

at Calgary 



DROWNED IN LAKE TAHOE 

Seattle Lady Loses Her Life While 

Boating on Famous Lake — 

Her Body Recovered 

GLBXeROOK, Cai., Aug. 5.— Mrs. J. 
Bowen. of Seattle, was drowned ^ in 
Lake Tahoe, some tlDie> yesterday. She 
rented a boat, whloh was afterwards 
loiind drifting about the lake, and tor 
day" the woman's body was disi-overed 
in- the water near the, shore about six 
miles from «4«ibrook. 
-SEATTLK, .\ug. 5,-^Mr8. U'i-.m.u vvaa 
61 vears old.'the wife of a wealthy 
machinery de^er of iSlattle. .She trav- 
eled a gfeat deal and was fond of out- 
door -sports'and always carried much 
money and Jewels A-xilih-J,)*!-. Mrs. Bow- 
en's iiusband, aged <1; and^her son, 
aged 27 are. ill at their honje in this 
icity, on account of their condltloh 
news of Mrs. Bowen's disappearance 
has been withheld from them. In a let- 
ter received from Mrs. Boweh three 
days ago, dated Carson City, Nev., she 
sUbted that she greatly enjoyed the 
boating on t..ake Tahoe, often going 
out alone. -KrtHTfds of Mrs. Bowen say 
that she could have no^ reason for 
suicide. 



vV a rd I ! . Re p rese n tati v e Co n - 
travenes Strict Letter of the 
Law and Resigns — May 
Seek Re-election 



Because he Inadvertently committed 
a breach of the provisions of the law 



, Yamagachl. a Japanese, and 

then hacked to pieces and hurncl In the 
kitchen etove. began here toda.\ , 

District Attorney Lea and the, slieiift 
were both In attendance. Justice of the 
I '.ace i'-r ancls Crosp er testifi ed to oyet-- 
• , I ring "a bitter quarrel between \Vm. 
I'liurchman, a neighbor of the KondaUs,. 
and Thomas^Kendali, In which Church- 
man threatened young Kenda ll with a 
revolver. Crosper also told tlie cor- 
oner's Jury that a feud had long existed 
between the Kendalls and Japanese tan- 
bark peelers who Were at work on the 
ranch some months ago. According to 
the justice of the. peace, the KeiiduUs 
appealed, to h^m on one. occasion for 
protection against the Japanese. The 
Inquest will be resumed tomorrow 
morning. 

' Beside.s the blood-."tali,i I - 'i">l- 



u:.^_^i, . ^■ 

fleers were supftfTfitending tib^' landing 
of the ahl|)'s ciunpan.v in the lineir--^ 
boats, all passengers and mai\s reach- 
ing shore without injury.. ..^ 

The Princess May ran well up on 
theJ'reef, holding the hull under t>he 
Xorebpld, and .?nglpe rooni, Jjpth com- 
partnients being flooded. The. steamer 
Is a single bottom vessel si^nd these 
holes would have caused her to foun- 
der had she slid off the reef .The 
forehold and engine room -vrere lUled 
■with water on the Incoming tide, but 
the decks and ujiper works are not In 
danger of being submerged, and it is 
expected that -salvage operations will 
result in tlie \es.Hel being imtched and 
floated. 

Fog Was the Cause 

The Princess .Vlay left SKagway 
about midnight and the liner was mak- 
ing her way down the Lyim canal when 



cioincs, niiiimifr lum ilie hum. .■! H fog shut lu. There Is a fog^alarm mi 
Woman, whfrti 'formed a ghasUy exkliilt.iSt'ntinel Island, but the warning horn 



clothes, hammer and 

Woman,. whWi 'formed a ghastly ejOdblt.-L ^ 

tln^i^iatrict attornwy and the she'rlii to- wias not heard, and bhci danger was 
diiy found .several other, bones In a not apprehended until the crunch of 
creek near the -bouse belleveiLt' 'r '^■i''|_thc„ L''"1'^-s on the rocks and the sihock 
skulls" of the KendanfamTry. ) which shlvercnl the steamer, awoke the 

«, uicotii ui iiic H»"»""""° "' ""^ "-"I SAN JOSB:, Cgl.. Aug-. 6.— Tu. u" -»i 1 sleei)lng passengers. There "Nvas a hur- 
regulatlng to the status of aldermen, 1 p„j|ce are engaged In running down a ' rled rush to the decks, passengers run- 
Aid. Buss Humber yesterday morning^ p^(,ry that Yamagachl. who Is accused i'nlng from their staterooms in scanty 
tendered his resignation to the cityi,,f the Kendall rtiurders, -was In San ' apparel, but CapL .McLeod and his <jf— 
;ounclI., The letter of resignation w-fll' jose ves,terdfty on ■■< !i .r,f-^ mr.nn with flcei-s (lulckly allayed the fears of 
lot be considered by the civic body,, white wife. thoSe on board, and there was no 

• «<ll M/irirlor! ovoninB- This HtPT\ \V!1S «. _ Lonii' Tbp wircleSS OOeratOr lU hiS lit- 



co 

not ,. - 

until Monday evening. This step was 
taken by Aid. Humber after ho had 
secured legal advice as to his posl-, 
tlon. His action is due to the fact 



R a wn,^ Estates Offers Reward. 
CHICAGO, Aug. f).— -In an effort to 



panic The wireless operator In his lit- 
tle house on the hurricane deck mcan- 
wMille sent out dlstre!<s wlgnals, but no 



M 'if .! n ! i! ; 



a male, rejaortt r 



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"\\(.ail-i3uu -;• 
of ,a suffragette. 

•No!" x^ 

T)iing.s are. not ' f.tn. Di.^ccrninKoncH, 

who rccogni7.e tlie^in-^). lu i--. v. isily- influenced by tlie 
ninch .iidvcrtiseil-inferior ijiincral ,\vatcr,'<. or sQ-calledmineraL 
waters, beq.r <-. mpru : ^e^people of \ i 

toria, as a ruic, iio ma, 'H!ii)bl<.' ahoui <,,!.>i.. Th^y are -a€Gii.-<- 
tdine'il 10 have and demand lhe licsi. - Thi.s is why Rale5-of 
White Rock Lithia Water .m constantly increasing here. 
Anotlicr reasfW : T-v^adHVg- fvUvsicijuis- ivna\y.» the abeohite 
pnritv of White Rock, and fcponiiiientt^r to their patrons 
and frirniK I''f\v l-wUleSjaifa^t^bzWatefc^K^ 
lithia are now to be found at any of-lrhe high-'class clubs, 
hotels or cafes in BritLsh Columbia, White^.Rock is the most. 
'"^^iFmineralwaW; and it Ts'n^ hiuil-lhr, for 

it is th^-**^''^- ""'"'^'"^^ water procurable, au-oiiiicly i)urc and 
\vholr<^onlc. U.o not ac.c,cpt-^.spULipils imitation from your 
(Iraki Thone us if he offers- a substitute and uc'U gn-e 
^f.u the namr of one wdio can supply you with the genuine 
"White- Rock. Rither and Leiser, Whole.sale Agents for 
\\. C. \„ictiina, \'ancoiivcr. Nelson. 



(JALdARY, Aug. rv.^The Cana.lian 
Pacific railway is making extenslv<- 
additions and Improvements in yard- 
age facilities in East Calgary. Six-, 
teen miles of nFW— track— are ('being 
laid, thoTeeclving yflrd taking nine 
hew tracks .and the distributlttg yard 
taking fifteen. Two nevl- ' hitmp 
tracks, raised IS T- 2 feet, are Irt-ing put 
in, so that freight cars may "R*' gwTtch- 
ed by ifravlty. The yard is laid with 
85 pound steel and all. switches are 





tlon. His action is due to the fact, ,,rov^^Vhot I'ra "I." Rawn, president of answering signal came to them before 
that he has done cei-taln things which,- '^j^^ nonon Railroad was murdered I the engines were floodei. put and his 
under the stricL-ii-xirdlng of the Muni-; jj,,,, ^^j^j ^^^ eommlt suicide as hint- j apparatus rendered inefrertive. At the 
clpal Clauses Act would dlsauallfyj p,j j,, ^ coroner's jury verdict, a re- < aafne time electric lights were exUn- 
hlm as alderman. ward of $'.000 has been offered by o^niuHmi 

Ml, Huinber has, therefore, decld-^i tj^p Rawn estate for Information lead- 
, I 1 resign and again run as one of, ing ,to the arrest and conviction of 
liif representatives of Ward 11- In! his murderer or rnurderers. Mr.'Rawn 



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ARE DEAD 





NEWS SUMMARY 



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Output in Vancouver District 
Makes A Record for . Past 
Ouarter_of Year— Mills Are 
Equally .Busy' 



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Is a "Joy Kidei 
Bossies Are N'c>w. on 
Way. Would Have 
Act Instead. 



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.VII Sn; : 'rlncoss : May. 

Investimau .. iirlhgs r>i-- 
ntals. Demonstration !• 
Abandoned. 
2 — Will Uenovate. Many Poor. 
.Works. Ti-iulii's ,.\r.' 'Ton 

H\\. 

Oil ■ , ^ -i ^. 

3— What Is a "Joy KiderV he "'j 
Asks. 

Thoir 

the Sca»t 
( ; ftoi-ittl. 

^ -lai" ancl" peSSWri'lU. 
6__N,evv8 of the city.' 
7-~3jocal N'«w». 
8::_lii woman's realm. 
■ >— «port. 
10 — Additional sr*rt. 

,j.ir:-r-Prp:y.tncii,\i N.e,wf. 

12 — .Vllnihg Depart in '-lit. 

IS — Real estate. 

1-J — Marine. 

iS'- K. < '. l-'iif Mahijfacliin ; 

1,6 — Market'^ 

}'7-j:;TV)biMlMi .\'iv t 

18— •ClassHlcd .\dvt.«. 

j<) — just Fvm for I'.vnn to Break 

.lall. C. T. P. rtrrirla'!-- 10 

Visit Province, 
20- I^avld Spencer, Ltd. 



wu vVcin on Dn - 
able to Escape -From Tene- 
ment Destroyed at Jamaica, 

Lon,^ Island 



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VAXCOUVI-:: \ :i: ■ -^^Ktires 

comp'lled bj'-Supc.rvisor of Scoles Rob- 
ert Hamilton show that the logging 
imps tributary to Vancotiver are this 
vcnr turning out more raw material 
t)ian ever h«?fore. The record for July 
■wlft r\in tip to ofi.ftOO.OOO'fertHs ugalitAt 
42,S8<),000 feet for July, \W^. ti^nd the 
nrriclal (-ompilntlons show thflt -the 
" ul of logs for June was 7fl,,i)00,f>nO 
feet arid forjyiay (;!l,OOO,00n making the 
.Trast three months a ba.nner. <iiiarter. 
This p£x:i)rd I.1, approximately double 
that for the same thyee., months la.^t 
yea r, ■ . ■ ■ 

With such H flo urishing logging In- 

Vbiftrvr'i* rjJTfiTFJniy folUjws thnt thP 

stiwniiil.'! taking this timber are well 
supplied and that their cut l,«) propor- 
lio„al'-lv large- thooKti no flgiiro-' In 
this Uiie irn"f*-rT*t-n^''»*«lMt»l*»r--WivU« lb« 
mills are'riinrting n-guhirly and doing 
I a big business, orders for future d.>- 
1 livery In the Northwest are coming In 
I rather slow- just now, the buyerH being 
'rather cauttou.'* at this season of the 
' year. With much building going on 
I iif-re tluM-p is a very active local de- 
mand howeVtf, 



lllf rcpreHeiJiai.1% CO ui »,cti\j *»• »••■ ma riiuiinni-i ■'■ h-.j, ■■■ . .^ ■ •>. - 

view of the fad that at the last civic, was found dead In his home at Wlnne 
election he was elected with the tkhtl on the morning of July 20. 
largest majorities ever secured by an, 
alderman, his friends -are sanguine' 
that he will aKalp.be.iieturned. 

The fact that Aid. H.umbef lias nut 
attended any of the meetings of the 
city council or committees thereof for 
the past three w,!eks has been com- 
mented on by hts.: f«llow .alderincn.; 
and the reason was obvious when the 
announcenient pf hla resignation was 
made yesterday. To a Colonist ropre- ! 
sentative Aid. Humber stated yester- 1 ; 

day th at the que sti on of his status as _, 
(uTTild^-mlTirniit-TirGiFTB-^l^^ ( 

with the 'delivery of a uuantlty of 
brick from the plant of the Hunriber 
estate, of which he is manager, to. the 
city hall, where it was required on 
POrne work -i>ein^-- dono-.th.ere. ] he 
bricks were ordert-d by Messrs. Dlns- 
(lale & Malcolm, contractors;-^ who 
called for them, and hauled .them to 
the lob In their own wagon. Aid.. 

Htunber did not know any tningaljout M^W ,>oi:i.. A..«. .. .~<v.n lives 
11,^ djlstluatlon <.f the material until wfire lost early today- In a nre, which 

r:Jaidnvs later H«t It appears destroyed rthrec-stOfy,; lodging house 
^hnrby the Municipal Clauses Act no In' the foreign section T*-^tim a lea, Ix)hg 
■Uderman can directly or indirectly be. Island. ., - x ' '. • - .. ,, " , 

Itnerrsfed in a contract- with, the city.; The .J>laza--«U^ted In a hallway and 
IndThotegat advice Aid. Humber has 8PrCH,i so, rapidly that; few of the- tn,. 
r„vi « to""lhe effect that he has mutes had an opportunity to e^capei- The 
"""?,^,lHr.,l a l.reH<-h of the law. and lodging was occupied for the most pnrt 
u VNdualifie^t from further simng-a-t, by ,w^..temen empjq>:ed .ln:.-the ^.flighbor.. 
IL Snill l.oard. bood. The owner, Oeorge Dunbreck, 



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In addition to the above u, appears 
(fontlnued on Page 19. J — -^c: 



Fraser Salmon Catch 



occupied the. apartment with his family 
_on the ground floor. H..4 and his house- 
ItoUl escaped safely In ttieir night 
'clothes iiy ciinihlng through the win- 



dows "lo -lUa" SlTfie U ....... . - ■ ^ 

VANCUC VlivR, Aug. i>. — l-'evver sal-. ^j^^ dead, five men (vnd two women, 
mot^ camo to the nest of the fisher- ' .^j^g aii foreignrrKi. .They wrre nslerp 
men around the l-Vascr's mouth yos-intiTin Urn's- and were nil suffoi-wted by 
terday The total catch only amount- smfj^o as they lay In b"d. The Itlaye 

cd to TfiOOO which number the Kraser „.„„ „ smnll onn and 11 ulnRlo company ,.,„,- 

.f^,.^.p^ P^.Kers' boats got about 50,OoO., „f n,-f.mpn exllnKiUJsbPd it within a few «t«fcltt*W»*<<»»'' 
ImoerJal «ful" Ewen'a heade<) the list ,„i,v,,ies nfter their arrival. 1 Umn tlM«, 

with '*'000 each, Vancouver Cannery — _.. ♦ » - I VCf «M tUMl 

coming next with T.ftOO. (iulf of,.. „ 0,a|», «f Prj.rt. •'•"' 42fc-Jf^*^ 

UeorglH reports fi.rufi. Phoenix 6,001).; , qREKN pAY, Wl«.. Ati* ^%i!^%{^SK!a 
Scottish Canadian 4,00(1, St. .Mungo, ^^^. is^iwArd Joi^Ph I>un^ii«|||lHiH||^HQ^^ 
3 500 Brunswick 3,OoO. and British Roman OthaHa dto eot Of P^i^^^^^^^E^^ 
Columbia ifi'i^- I ^''-'^ *>«"> tO^»» 



gulshed. 

The weather was calm and the sea 
unruflled. The landing of the ship- 
wrecked ('(unpany was .carried out 
without much difliculty, and after the 
malls and all on board had been safe- 
ly brought to shore the plKiM* Capi. 
John Richardson, was sent with ;i 
boat's crew_,.to,Jjn.t!iau, (ibout forty 
miles away. He was picked up by a 
.Hteamer and taken to the Alaskan 
1 apltal from where he sent a message 
from Capt. McLeod. This read: 

"The Princess May struck at 'i a. m. 
on the, north end of Sentinel Ishiml, 
The forehold and engine room will be 
full of. water oh fh'- Incoming • tide. 
Send wrecking outfit. Pns.«engers 
and malls safely landed on ■Sentinel 
-1»}«hmJ^ Jjjhn... -McLeod. .juasterJ. 

The steamer Princess Ena, Capt. ■ 
Canipbell, which Was advised of the 
strahdlng of. the Princess May while 
en route to Skagway y*.-atenlay -KVent 
to ■ the assistance of the shipwrecked 
cotnpany and a steamer was J!cn t from 
Juneau." The survivors of the ship- 
Wreck were tiiken tO Juneau by these 
vessels and will lie brought south on 
,lho first steamer. The C. P R. agent 
at Jnnoau, Mr. Spickert, Is looking 
after the wants of thf- company win. 
are- being housed at the Juneau hotels 
'at the (.'xpense of the steamship coni- 

patij'.- 

News Caused Anxiety. 

\\ be.i the news of the w-i-eck of tho 
SkaKWrtVi'llner reached Victoria yes- 
terdav morning It created- much ap- 
prehension, there belnjj a number of 
Victorians atnong the round trip pas- 
sengers as well as the local company 
m the crew. The first Intlnjation of - 
the wreck was a wlrelen ^ »inf^~" 
from tho steamer vlctoftft | 
at AsiorUi and tr«n«iiiJ%t< 
and thence tcS "Vtetortfc „A» 
sage cortt«1n*tr"W«»r ^ - 
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VKTTORlA DAILY COLONIST 



•atuHayp, Auauat A 1*10, 




Even Huj)by Likes 
Cooking With Gas 

It Is so rlwin and bo- lUtle 
trouble. See our large, new 
stock of, ^.- - ^ 

GAS RANGES and 
STOVES 



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AVe can »*H 
Stove- 
er— aa 
FRKE. 



—a tInV CO' 
low as $2 



you a (food Oas 

okpr and a, bak- 
0, and fonnect it 



VICTORIA GAS Co., Ltd. 



lirad salesroo.m, 652 Yates St. 



T.'lophone 24T9. 



MANY POOR 




City to Rehabilitate Local Im- 
provement Works Which 
Were Not Properly Con- 
_§tructed— Change in Staff 



i^SMQKE; 



LA FLOR DE BAHAMA 



I'lU'xcflled -for— its .'Xmrna and 'i'a^tc 
ONE OF THE STANDARD BRANDS OF ..CANADA 

ON SALE..EVERYWHKRF. 

JOE TASSE CIGAR COMPANY, Limited. 



WARNING! From The Beehive, Douglas St. 

Lajlios are hprpIVy warned that the prfttiest -of H^w-l-i^aglUh Blous- 
es are now being shown here; these arc particularly smart stvlcs and 

.arf> liaiilt> to lead you ^Loto-ternptetloni^, .hence this warning. 'I'he 

prii'p.'i ranpe r'roin $1,50 to SIO. Toni'j ami bo tempted 



As there are a number of thorough- 
fares which have been lnu>i"^ed under 
the local Improveinent system, or 
which are now being ImprMYcd, and 
the owners want either tht- gluuacter 
of the work changed or additipiiK n)ade 
tlicreto, till' lity council will recom- 
mend that - th-o.ff strvets on which 
lateral sewer and water connectione 
luive been laid be proceeded with at 
oik:»? on thu aiTicndeU plans. Tli<- cUy 
(higineer wilh rei'ort on what streets 
I so to be alti-red are read.s'. .. 
!:-,.JUt<-Uit: fJ-'-Wt subndtled J2^j.he city- 
■ cnplnfer at la.st ni,gbt's meeting, ot the 
j.street.s eommittee, the following re- 
! commenilatioiis wen- nia<l"': 
i "1 have tlif l'ol|.'-\\ iiij,' for .\oiir ron- 
[sideralion; 

1. Then- iiay be'en certain works 
! Initiated upon .some of which work ha.s 
beeii done; while upon others work has 
not yet been conutlcnced. It is desii- 
able that in many case-s- -uddUlous 
.should be made to the work and the 
-4;haracter of the work changed. That 
is, In a number of street.s. curb mid 
gutter have been left out, and boule- 
vards and sidewalk.-*, while In others 
it is desirable to change the rock sur- 
facing to bituminous ma<'adani or, as- 
phalt. -To^nralre thesr^ changes the 
city solicitor Informs me that it will 
be necessary to_ close up the bylaws. 
I a.s far as they "have g"'trie and take 
|-.thfse byUivvs to the Lleutenant-Gover- 
I nor-ln-('ouncil for his approval, .^fter 
I this new bylaws may be, Initiated, 
I when the work may bejcarried out In 
5 j the nvaiiuer that the owners now wish, 
' It to be done. The following are sunie 



door and by meanv of * t«ss key en- 

trlBinc« to the roonfi wa« gained whsn 
the body of the deceased was dl»cov- 
ered. 

The late Mr. Youn# was 62 years of 
affci and for some months had been 
suffering from a complication of kld- 
j»ey| find st^maetj trouble. „ About two 
months ago he suffered from a fall 
down the stairs leading to the ba.se- 
ment of the New Kngiand hotel, and 
was confined to the Royal Jubilee hos- 
pital for some time under the care of 
Dr. Lieeder. Insomnia and lark of ap- 
petite havf bothered hini for some 
months 'and he had freiiuently com- 
plained of his [ihyslcal disabilities. 'I'he i 
Intiuest will lie held this afternoon. | 
Dr. liapty will lie sworn In as acting, i 
coroner in conseiiuence of the absence 
of V)y. Hart and. deputv coroner Dr. 
Stanter. - 

The lat^ Mr. Yoving has resided in 
Victoria for man\' .years. lie bad a 
birjfe circle of friends who Will be 
shocked to hftar of dila death. Besides 
his .brother, Mr. M. Young, he had a 
Ill-other, Mr. Henry Young of the 
"White House" and a numlier of rela- 
tives here and at Sooke. The funeral 
will be held tomorrow afternoon. 




FIELDS ARE 




r, C, H, Treat Says 
mous. Production Is 
sured — Talks of 
Sunset Fields 



.An r.nor- 
Nqw'As- 
Iway 



Mr. (.'harlcH II. 
the Midway \'iew 
liOs Angeles anlla 
lesentatlve of one 



Treat, 

OH 
ISO the 
of the 






Irish Poplin Ties 

not only vvear longer than any others, but retain their 

rich appearance to the last, and are therefore the most 

^mwmical ^f neckwear. We have just received a 

.f ATKINSON'S ROYAL IRISH 



Balloon Flight. 

.V;H., Aug. ;4. — Knding 



Long 
DA.VMnRV, 
balloon tllght of-3»0^mHe«, ,, the loiiKo.st 
ever made from Philadelphia, Dr. 
Tliom.aH Kdwki Bldiidg>> and ^Velcji 
■Strawbridge landed here luduy, after 
hKvlng 4i«en in the air 1 1 hours. A ("one 



tlmp 
f.-.'t. 



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Can 



Money 



Buy 



pro pert ies, 
^^'e have 



I-'nr good and idica|> ImsinesS' 
the following are <^ccoikI1o none. 
thoroughly invc.>^tigat?d the merits ofeach otvc 
individually, and feel sure that there are no 
better opportunities of ffcred for in vestment in 
Victoria today, thai] anv-^of the (ollovvin g 
iirsi-clH<>; husincss liroposit-ions-." - . ' 



of the bylaws thai .vli...iM '. • thus 
closed up: 

XO. .50.- Manchester ryad., change 

from rock surface to asphalt. 

No. 4S. Richardson street, chan? 
from rock surface to asphalt. 

No. 47. St. Lawrerict":, ihange from 
rock surface to asphair,' adding curb 
and gutter In two blotrk.s^ onij"" 
■ N'o. 47. St. Andrew's street, change 
froni rock surface to asphalt. 

Quadra street, between Blanchard 
juid_. Hillside, change from tar ma- 
cajjam.to a.sphalt. 

X'o. 44j Lilngford street, change 
from rock .surface to bituminous ma- 
cadam. 

No.. 29. 
from rock 
ciulam. 

No. 40. .Ml K.iizie .street, change 
from rock 

No. 4l>. , 



Punished for Neglect. 
\A.VCOl'\'KR,VVn., Aug, 5.- -Neg- 
lecting to give tlie angle to the l)atlery 
conjrnander before u_ l;!-liicli mortar- 
was tired, resulting In the iirojectile 
striking ihf V. S. S.. .Major Kvan 
Thomas. ilamRgingTothe vessel greatly 
and enflarjjgfiing_ the lives of all on 
board. First I^t. It....!''. Anderson has 
been courtmartlalTed, ordered conllncd 
to the post for two months and lined' 
$1(10. , — -- * 




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secretiiry of 
Company of 
western rep- 
.argest b(riii| 
and stock firms of Boston i« in the 
city en route to. the oil fields and L.<?» 
Angeles. Scon aX the LOuipress ho- 
tel wheri* he, Is a guest Mr. Treat 
states ihiit the oil business of ('rili- 
foriila Is now in tht" lead over all oili- 
er mining interests and is returning 
dlvjdi',nd« iindreaiued of 1).\' conaerv;i- 
tive ojjeralors two years ago. 

Speaking of opera lions .Mr. Treat 
aa^s; "TJie enormous production now 
fissured has madr- a continuous snp- 
)dy certain and large consumers all 
over the countr.x . .such iis railioa<l.-', 
steamships,, gas i)larits, and nianulac- 
turers iire changing ttielr furnacer. !:.- 
to (dl burners ijwlng "to tlie econfunx 
of that fuel in flrsr handling and in 
cleanilnoss. 

; "The Midway Suns.-t oil InMs. uith 

deep sands. Insure enormous produc- 
tion for years to come. It is the greaf- 
est oir field the world ever saw de- 
veloped. The wells are producing 
from 1,000 to 507500 barrels per day. 
and the- iiroduction has become so 
common[)lace as to create no excite- 
ment locally. The stocks and- bonds of 
the operating company have foi- the 
most jiart been subscribed for by In- 
N'estora in t.'allfornla. new I-Jngland and 
(..ondon-. Investments. oE« few— monthfti- 
ago have given returns of hundreds i 
and In some Instances of thousands 
per cent and the eyes of the investing 1 
world are turning towards t'allfornla 
oil. -The Standard Oil company, - once i 
considered the "bogle man" to all in- 



large shipment 

POPLIN SILK TIES, in plain colors and the new 

corded Iwo-tonc effects. 

OXFORD AND DERBY SHAPES, AND 

„ fKO ENDS:^ I'riccs. ^x.ooyjscund^.^. 



FLOW- 
.50^ 



New Fall Hats 



SO!<"T EHI/I'S. ni Cliristy, Heath, Robinson 
Eatem^ ALLtunVn; shapes in 

a IK 



^rcy, 



M attery\" 
and steel 
-■• IVict^S;, $3-50.^" 

BLACK ST ri'I' I 
J'ricc '-iart> ;u 



lieavcr, ash s-rce4V 



1 ATS— ncwf 



and 
Oxford 
I black. 
^5.50 

\inumn blocks, 
$3.00 



W. & J. WILSON 



12, 



MEN'S FURNISHERS, 
!1 G»vernmont St. 



rvunce Ay. 




jCity* Ehgiheer's Figure's for 

Yates Street Pa.venjent Aie 
Lowest cind City Will Under- 
take Work 



Ciladstone avenue, change 
surlVicf to bituminous ma- 



.McK'Uzie .street 
surface to asphalt. 
Fell street,^ change 



STREET 



FORT 

.through to .\lears. 
reming at $35 pCr month., 



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This 
block. 



is the c heapest 



Lot f>3 X 1 2n, 
•Price. ?13,000„ 
antl best, buy in th^ 






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40 teei; -mait ..Quadra. The 
Fort Street. Pri ce . . • 



cheapest buv on 
$8;400 



FINE APARTMENT SITE 



I JO. 



one block from the C.P.R. 



>rnor Int, '>o 
\\ liarf. and facing on the water, Thefb 
a hniisc on this property renting at"$25 
iinuvth. ()pp(»site corner solfi recefitly 
$117500, and is ivi better situated. 1 

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be 



Kasy 'terms can 
worth investigating-" 



arranged. 



pt-r 

I'T 

rii'c 
.$8,250 

''rh.i,s.-aa. 



frftm 
xoOk surface tci bituminous macadam. 1 
_Xc), , :i". Rotkland avenue, between 
Vam^Hver « nd Miiajn, cha nge « from 
rock surfaoe to asphalt and gntter and 
.boiiieva.rds__belwi • M ' u ti,n Van-, 
couver. '. 

.No. 37. Harbinger avenue, chBTtgie 
from rOck surface lb asphalt. 

No. 34. Pern wVywdT road, change from 
rock .surface to asphalt. 

No. 51. Lebof inters street, change 
-from rock surface to asphalt. 

Nrt. 3f». l.'ralgflower road and Rus- 
' seli'litroeiT "cMrtgip"Tf 6m^ 
-to: a!?pl^lt.aJid &ad:: gw j » ;.lffl4 g'4t<t^7«"'H^ 
sidewalk. ' '•' ' • , . ■ 

Mri-.JLli'vson. the assistan t city en - 
gineor has sent In his resignation and- 
1 desires to !«• relieved as early as pos- 
I stble. I Avould recommend that his 
I request be grjinted. I propose making 
' ijr. Thomas Dfonavon superiptendent 
, of construction. The engineering 'will 
; continue to be looked after by' Mr. A. 
o'.Meara, and his. staff who will lay 
ftut tlie Work In advance of the con- 
tractors or ( lly construction gangs. 

■Re Pembertoh road. In Oct 'ber, 
J!J08, a delegation from remberton 
road waited upon the council, when it ■ 
was decided to tar macadam the road- | 
way and lay permanent sidewalks and r 
gutters on this road. in I'Vbruary, 
Ifloa the city engineer and city as- r 
sesaor reported, estimating, the cost of 1 
this ;work at $K'.4n"2, As assessment] 
report was afterwards made showing ; 
the actual cost at $n',2H3.H*', made up 
i ns follows:. Sidewalks, $5,425.'J5; tar 
macadam. „ Jfi,n«.6Sr 'total,. 
The cost of the tarring \\a.« 
l>abor, $258v«!»; tar, $540; total $798.6:!. 
■The cost Of the pavement was 



That the- city can do the 
cheaper, but owing to the press Ofj 
work the property owners wouUl be! 
\Mi;iiig t< pay a little more and have 
the Iniprovements carried— thrdugh at 
once was the reason advanced last' 
night at the mee-ting of the streets! 
cjinmittee why the 'city engineersj 
• stimale of cost for tiie construction 
of the concrete foundation for. the! 
proposed wood block pavement should' 
be jiassed over, and the contract | 
awarded to an another tenderer. Thei 
as8uran</e of the city engineer that hisl 
figures were all right, and that hej 
could do the work for the price men- i 
rronea setrrea the - matter, and ,th9 
work will be done by the city. • ' j 

At last ,Mi.>nday ijlght',s ' meeting; of j 
the city council tenders for the layTrig , 
of the ToiiTulation. curbs and gutters 
and sidewalks on Yates street be-] 
tween . Doiiglas street and Blanchard; 
street were opened. The city engin-; 

»• fiKuf-es-were $6,if23^ -while tlie- 

other teadf.r^^r.M wftre Hugh McDonaldl 
at— VMT^iOO, and .Thonvaa .Sled ham 



dependent producers Is now one of the- 
best customers for crude oil and Is 
■ftorking In harmony with the Califor- 
nia, producers. Independent companies 
are now' in operation anrl manufaCf.Tir- 
Ing gasoline, keroglne. distill, etc.. as- 
phaltum, lubricating oil and greases 
from the crude oil as-- it conips frojp 

the wells. ' ' ;f:'»------ ;--^' — — r- 

■'1 understand that there are numer- 
ous Victoria Investors iir the .Maricopa 
oil fields. Regarding this projierty It 
Is located in. section 32. township 12. 
ranch 24. I have made a personal tn- 
work spectloii of this property and am able 
to, state posltiveI.\- that, I consider it 
one of the best pieces of oil land In 
the .Mldwa.v. Sunset field. With ef- 
ficient administration of its affairs 
this comp.any should make one, of the I 
big nil successes of the state. 

■"The Midway View OH comjiany, in- 
lated in section 2, 1124., has brought 
in a large w;ell within, the last tw«t 
weeks and this company will soon be 
in the list of dividend payers. The 
management of this corporation Is in 
the hands of men who have had years 
of experience in the oil business of 
California and their securities ara.ftt- 
tracti vVi lures of the Los Angeles 
and Bostop marltets. "— •. 

."'During m.v brief visit here I ht|.ve 
been in consultation with Mr. A. T. 
Frampron who is an>ilou8' to secure a 
block ot the Mid way View oil stock 




.VdvcrtisInK !.■! to business 
steam is to machinery." 

G. W.Newton 

Advertisement!! Wriffm and Placed for 
All Lines of Business 

-.en 

Office "With Angus Caimpbell 
Jjinilted. 

hone isl, Uosldence 




LEMON GONNASON CO., LTD. 

Phone 77 . ^- O. Box 363 



We can supply just what you want in luniber. 
• teamed slash, grain fir and the latest In front 
flush donrs they are beautiful. . 



sasn I 

doors. 



md floor*. 
Howard'* 



turned away. At the "fenapresa nightly 
for the past >-eek ihcoming visitors 
have been unable to obtain rooms, 
while a. somewhatBimilar-eontlitlon of 



at the King Kdw.-xrd T-rftlarilT 



Towards the end of 



for sale among his clients in British i affaire prevails 

t'«)lumbla. I shall probabl.v be able to j aiid Dominion. 

arranKe this matter for him. From i next week, the intlux of travellers here 

what I have heard if some of the n'lll- ; • <vi ted to lnci:ease l^argely.- Roojus- 

1^51 i aT"! yTng^TdTeTtfTTc lor iaTl a ^erng^" JftKilied at tTfe'dTfTefenr 

placed In the pit fields of X.'aH- li.Mi.l.- for the delvgates to the lieueral 



Tlous 
were 



MARRIOTT & FELLOWS 



The city 



Phone 545 



619 Trounce Avenue 



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SATURDAY SNAPS 



->^Trt-dv!.i ■■ mi-mite in ta1<tng:a4v.antag^0lJte!^^ 

this imt--. a dit'fcncnt 



11 



llUlll (,'11 



ly not b.a.vc thoughl of biiyinp, but 
the suliiect. C.MOfl for Saturdnv 



I >nl\ 



loo-piecc 

pricf . 



Dinner Sct.s, i K-^ant di--iL;''i" 



Kf-i;!,i! 



."^iiaii 



I'i \io i '\\\ n;i K'Tr,\' Si'l 



n,."i<t, 
$1.00 



'hina' T'-a Pla !'■-, ■^■■ni ' 

$1.00 doz 

'ui.'j a nil Saucers, tin- '1' ' 

tiou, i-rg. .$1.,50 do-/, 
;ia.«!a Hets, 4 pieces, .regtsjfic 

y nap,. «-».,-.. . •^..,.,:..-. . . . . 
"ancy China .Ings, valuf' up tn 

25c. Snap each ..... ..... lOp 

Ittvered-.VegfiJHaJlle^ Dishes, reg, 

T'.r Snnn . . . .-.7---': 



!■••,«. 

50c 
■ ira-- 

75c 

set. 
25c 



^2&c V- 



l'-,ini 



r 



<ISL 



1 I ' . I ■ . ■ , ■ , ■ ■• ■ ; ... - 50c 

Decanters, pair 50c 

6r.c Knjimel Pails, encli .... 50c 

1 .'■ !i Jugs, eaiii 5c 

'Ahr, i 111 i lishpnns, each .... 15c 
30c Large^TJnlPans, each .. iSc 
Rising Sun Stove ■polTshVSTbr 5c 



$1 12 1-2 per square yard 
paid one-third of thecost of the work, i 
The work was Initiated by petition. !■ 
bell.n-e that the citb'.eiis of this street] 
desired to have the present roadwa.v ; 
rcsdrfaced with a better class of sur- | 
face. Prices have been received from 
the ISltiillthic and Worswick Paving 
cpmjiahv.*. tl.)t; former offering to put i 
a new surfaie two Inches In thickneSsS 
of bltulltblc. and the latter a new sur- j 
face three lnche.<r In thickness of ! 
asiihalt. each for $1.00 per sfpiare 1 
yard. Either of these pavements are | 
suitable to this road\vay and T' 
.v.ould recQramend that the particular ■ 
cla^ h*i left"t^)' Ihe ratepayers, on this I 
street. In lieu of the tar inacartam not j 
coming up to the expf-'ctation!?,, 1 \ 
would recornmend that the city pay j 
one- ha If of the cost of the 
(ace Instead of ol.ie- third, ,is 
with the old pa\-onient.'" 

The aiipointnient of Mr. 
will be held i)ver until Mr. 
re.-^lgnatlon comes liefore 

liU.'IH's inr-'Mir^r • ■■•: t'n- f'.:inr'|l 
r.-iti»i'I.H Pfouji i i'-'ii il.:.!'i It WRSi de- 
. 1.., a lli.it. iii.' ,K-V!-.a!i .^iiVT.iV-e'niri^T'ifjjr .^ .... 

It being pointed out that it bItiillthR'T fhc wag 



$8,824. - 

A communication from the Pacific 
Construction CoiTUm ii .v,."per-MTr~»ted» 
ham, was read at the streets commit- 
tee meeting last night, ^wherein he 
ui-ged that as he was the Ibweat tend- 
erer, with the exception of the tender 
of the city engineer, his company, 
should be awarded . the work. Hoj 
.-stated that the bid of the engineerl 
was altogether too low. The engineer j 
had figured on a price of thirteen; 
cents xn:r yard for si dew alk workl 
Ivhen th^ rriaterlal alone costs twelve 
cents, and past records of city work: 
,jf this kind shows that sidewalk work 
has cost twenty cents per yard. Alsoj 
the engineer hatt figured -on, construe- i 
ting^vcurb' and- gutters at fifty cfi'ntsl 
per yarVtr^lrep •' the materials . cost ^ 
$12,i63Jl2-Lfo^Fty.flve cents per yard. leaving but; 
IS follows: I five cents for labor. For concreting, 
and grading $1.05 had been allowed by 
the city engineer, whereas Mr. Sted-j 
ham had been allowed $127 per yardi 
on the Wharf street pavement, and, 
even at the latter, figure had barely; 
made ends meet. Mr. Stedham on be- I 
half of the company slated that all 
specifications had been comjilied with, 
a cheque had beep put up as guaran-; 
tee. and that if the engineering de- 
partment is to compote with con-! 
tractors it Is only fair that the eityj 
should comply with the same condl-' 



TdTeTtT 

^ . . .... Pit fields 

''^*^i~fnmla''the .Inves t or s w o ul tf 
slderable benefits within a 
time.' 



year s 



, Heavy Tourist Traffic 
Tourist traffic at the local hotels has 
shown a considerable increase during 
the last few days and the principal 
hostelrles have been so crowded tfiiit 
a number of guests have had to. be 



Hedley district; npald a brief visit to 
Victoria yesterday en route to Seattle. 
Mr. Rodgers is at present inlere^^ted 
in locating copjper proiiertjes in th 



districts 
from the 



TlriaT 

He 
north. 



an<T~T5T5serva{orS-'TnTef" 
has, recently returned; 



■TlTo-'tT.~T." P." 



-^•ettvo44»t — tr^oixferenrc. — which — opjins 
here on J the l'4,th ln.it. The arrival t^.Aviio_amliaxke!d.-arL 
SJr Wilfrid La'urler a-nd Jrbi-par«y\vilt 
lirobably mean a considerable rusli of 
travel, while a number of touring par- 
ties are expected during the ne.vt few 
weeks- 



Mr. 
of the 



M. K. Rodgers, former m.Muiger 
famous Xlckel Plate .Mine in the 



lliier'^T'fTince ~ G^'^''^i^e" 
left ■ port yBsterda.'i- momtng-^6r .Tim---- 
thern British Columbia iiorts. "Thnae 
the steamer af this 
port were the following: Mr. and 
Miss' Tracksell, Miss Honsburg, Miss 
Ruth Tracksell. Geo. L. Clayton. Geo. 
Mitchell. A. E. Sutherland and N. 
Green for Prince Rupert. E. Hodg.'op 
Troy Hodgson and A. Y, Haist were 
listed among the Stewart passengers 
from this port. 



%n 



new 
was 



.sur- 
dOne 



Donevan 

Br.vson'.s 

while as , 



ttons. 

Aid. Raymond, while willing t" .«ee 
the city undcrtalte the work, pointed 
out that there is so much work ahead 
to be done by the- city that, unless 
."ome of these- fi-nportant work.s were 
dropped there was no chance of the 
Yates street pavement being laid thlH 
vear. something the owners earnestly 
desired. Contract work.j.vas t,he only 
way of getting the work done.-tnis 

J ear. . ' , , 

t'ltv Engineer Smith-said the trouble 

•W«*»'boen that contractors are taking 

t»way city workmen by offering them 

mt^r6"~lflTiTt7^\T-~i+-■thtr--cH■y--vAJ^^14--Pil.y 

es' there would he no trouble. 



surface were 
city sevcntv 

ro\altl''.« for 

\\ I'I'' I I' 



FOUND DEAD IN ROOM 



Mr. 



Louis 
Dies of 



Yound, Old Totib Resident 
BoTlet Wniind — W,is 



In 111 Health 



Tpilet 
E«g ( 



Soap, 

ll,))S, g! 



box 



cakes in 
line, f.u- 
!.nxi-r, - -1 .1. 



'10c 
10c 

25c- 



Brown 

Spovial. 



and 



Decoratcd Teapots. \ aiucs tip, to Oijjk',, > l'.."<lia 



The Purchasing Power 



of Your $ 
Saturday 



Will Be Great Here on 



Halliday Clyde Co., Ltd. 

Phone 855 558 Johnson Street 



adopted it would crtst the] ,\ld. Ross advxicated contract \vork 
riv-c centa tier yard in f,-,|(>i.iarlng that civic methtids ha(!...jlot 
material when reiwlrs j |n^pr„ved, while Aid. l-'iillerton urged 

that tl^e ' work be__donc by the city. 

♦.-: _ ' v>'dntThg t'o^'rece'Tu sTd^vValks laid by 

.Mr. Stedham as being poorly done 

Aid. Sarglsup said the engineer gave 
no guarantee, and his c."^tipiatc of cost 
was onlv good for the puriiose of 
checking up the contiactoi'.s, and there 
Is no guarantee that lo- will n.>t ex- 
ceed his estimate.' 

Aid. McKeovyn objected Im tlu- < Im.^s 
Tif w-ork recently done by Mr. Sled- 
ham's company, and rxpres.sed Hie 
hope that the cily >ngln«'^ w-onld-not 
accept It Tlie engineer replie.l tlial 
he had n"l .-u-i-epte 
UMfney bad been 
the vyork. 

Aid. Rosij referred to poor \\ork on 
^iMitably" llumboii. 



Christie s Oxford Sale 

Commences Saturday 



.\| V. I ,■ ■ , 1 I "ung, an old tini' i ■ 1 
dent 7)f \:ictoria.cand until' recently a 
iinrtn.er in the firm, of ~M. & t,^_Y.o.y.ni5^, 
I'l iprTefbrfi brthe New_England hotel 



20 



PER CENT 
OFF 




My entire stock of Black and Tan 

m;i(lr t'xpiH 



Uxford Shoes and Street Pumps all the 



a If- 1 -t\-lc 



]\ r'.r r,-'l'\ 'the lic-t shoemakers in .\mcnca 



\s,i.s found ^-esterda^- moriYlhg about "S 
o'clock dead In u chair in his bcd- 
ro Qnt. clot hed only in his night shirt 
ITnfl iieaide"""nTin an old fashioned re- 
volver, a shot from wliirh had pene- I 
trated his fo"rehead. The dlscoverv- of 
the body W!iH made b.v_ 
1 )roniei-', Mr. "M. ' YTuT ii g. 
ari-iiiiged that the t\'.o 
gether with the fiinifl.v 
V(Uing, w-onld leave the 
•ti-rdav mornInK on n -frln to Sooke, 
wliere both had prnport> interests, At 
X' o'clock'lhe riulb Wii.-n ri^Trdy but Mr. 
Yoimg had pot come down stair.-^ from 
his room. An emplo.vee of the restau- 
rant was sent to nwaken him, and .is 
no answer was made to the repeated 
knocks Mr. .\1. Young went upstairs to 
.<<unimon his lirother. There was still 
no lui'sw^r to the knocks upon the 



t, though some 
pnlrl on account of 



till' di'cea_s<e.(lj^ ^sti-verai atreots, 

T( iiad -bpen 
bndhcrs, to- 
ol" Mr. M. 

clt\- early yes"- 



sfreet, fffid .Mayor Morley stale.l It 
had^ been laid l).v T\Tr. ' Thomns Don- 
ovan, vhf., had also laid the sidewalk 
on the east sidf of ilie causevvay. an- 
other poot^; work, so the mayor al- 
leged.. ^__^1 . 

The rerommendntlon of Md. Itan- 
nernuio. . balrin-an. of liie streets com- 
mittee, and the clt.v assessor, to whom 
the awarding Of the contracts I'or the 
Yates street work was left, that the 
rtt\ should do the work, was adopted 
and Mr. Stwiiiam's complaine tabled 




MINX'S ( )X 1"( ■\\<\ )S l'K( ).M S; 



,-\J-)ll':S' ( >X1' 
hVoni J^2 In . 



( ) 



ju per cent, 

)S xkW sTRiiiyr I'l 



Mrs 

$6 



JO pe 



CO 111 



)i I \ .^ 



.CSS 20 \1K- 



Girls' and 
cent. 



Children"- < )-\;nr(L- all. prices. 



aii\- 



1 ) rok-e-ndm&s^i.Miices . jclU in ha 1 



GILBERT D. CHRISTIE 



Cor. Government and Johnson Sts 



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m»itii&ismmiii 



EsaanT!5K5'.^'53 



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Uturday, Auflutt 6, 1910 



VICTOBIA DAILY CO jLQyiST 

,* 1 1 ' i "i ■ ■ ...p." ' ' >■■— ■ 



Trunks and Valises, Club Bags and 
Suit Cases, Travelling Rugs 

FOR YOUR HOLIDAY TRIP 



^Ve can show Vcni the best the manufacturers produce-irt:^ 

thes'e articles at less, than they are usually sole! for.- . n- - ■- 

Club Bags, from $3.00 to $38.00 

Suit Cases, from ^$2.50 to $35-oo 

Trunks, from $6,po to . ; . . .$45-oo 

Travelling Rugs jn inim?use variet^^ to $25.00 




T. B, CUTHBERTSON & CO., Ltd. 

F. A. Gowen, Managing Director 11 14 Govitrnment Street 



IS A "JOY 





AWUSEIIEIITS 



Seattle Jurist Propounds Query 

--.-Be-latJvfi.to/N.ew.B...C...LiuuQr, 

,Law — Change- G. a :^'i[y 

Acceptect 



lY NOT PERFUME ? 

Nothing_ more acceptabl.- i'< 
marly. A very graceful w-eeii- 
en(1 gift. for ino'tiier, wKv, 
daughter or swcetheari. 

Japanada 

is H. most delightful odorrr^nS.. 

of the nicest ut' PorfumeS." 

Coma in and taKe a whiff :3>f^ti — // 
and we predict you'll buy an 







<: -ALL 



ounce or so. 



CYRUS H. BOWES 



CHEMIST, 



1228 ■ Q6vemm<nt— street. 



McLaugHiin Buick 

Cars 



Have proven thems.elves superiof to any oth-er car on 
I he market. Its hili-climbing powers arie unequalled. 
Its economic points,' especial}- .mi fuel consumption 
readily appeals to the man of moderate means, t^t 
uis shovv.you Models 17 and 19, which we have forim- 
ilK'diatc delivery. ■ • 



-■---\-, ■ , 

Western Motor and Supply Co., Ltd. 



R.-F.-GLiARK7-l^gr. 



1'1i<iik\' ^'')- 



Btoad Street*: 



■Repon.s from all" i)iM-t.s n( iho iiroy- 
ince Indictito that, the licensees in ihu 
liquor trade have accfptwl the fhung' 
tMl situation created by . the coming 
lulo ellect of the ivew license law with 
tlie best posHiWe. grade, and are carr- 
fnlly observing the increased restric- 
tions placed upon the publlcunH. In the 
majority of the rou<l liouaes contigu- 
ous to' Victoria, the .serving of refresh- 
ments to night automobile, iiarlies ha.H 
been aljahdoncd, while chauffeurs are 
rightly denied even a glasB-of beer, in 
fairness it must be said that all would 
aecm to be honestly accepting the new 
i'undltlon.s and ready to assl.st in the 
strict obsorvahce of the law of the 
<ountr.\ -which is ajsituation very dis- 
tinctly in contrast witli the exiieriettce 
wherever straight prohibitory legisla- 
tion ha* Ijeeu .iip-Uticji.. .,- -.: -^.,^._-^,.» 

Copies of the new British Golumbta- 
law iiave been aslted .for and .supplied 
to' ^'veral of the Pacific Coast states, 
and legal authorities from various 
parts of America, have written iiro- 
fcssional friends in this province com- 
mending the new statute as an ex- 
leptlonallv thorough and apparently 
workable piece of legislation. The pro- 
hibition of drinlting by chauffeurs w-hiU 
-0Ti-^dtrty-aml-of-the-!!Rt}t--<7«~Hrt<>xtcar>i.'* 
to "joy riders" Is especially commend- 
ed, although one eminent Seattle Jurist 
adYaTrre.s a question which is certain 
to present Itself in practice sooner jar 
later. , ,» 

••I see fhat over in your province U 
is Illegal, to serve drinks to 'joy rid- 
ers," ' he writes. "How do you define 
.'jov rldeii'^-for the benefit of your 
• JU8ti<jes,Ajaio--may:,b&jmll£4: uiiuU.:to aid 
in the enforcement 6E~^eTaw" iBTthls 

regard?" 

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- ' J<l»»« AngHn •• H»1»n» Ri«hi« . , w 

"a very pretty story,, also one of^ 
much dramatic intensity, is "The 
Awakening of Helena . Ricliie," the 
popular novel by Margillrel r>elanU.: 
As a »tage production, it is said to be 
niore Inlere.Htlng, tor the characteriz- 
ation of Helena tilchle as developed 
by Charlotte Thom|)son is understood 
to be more strt)ngly unfolded. This 
story under Its original title has been 
BtttKW »by MarMtiriit ■ .AJaKlUu ..KikO.^WiU 
UKps'av I'f ''^« leading role at the Vic- 
toria theatre Monday evening. 

M1M.S Angiln has wonumly charm, 
grace and a jiersonality that is full 
<>i magnetic uuaiUles wliich endows 
the role of Helena witii a' distinct in-' 
dividuallly. 'I'iicro are scen<^s, of, 
course, In which Miss Anglin brings; 
out prominently the dramatic values' 
of the role, and ^^'hifh also afford lieri 
opportunities for effective emotional 
Work in which she excels. What is 
called 'the frailty of woman" is the! 
fundauiental motive of tlio story, but! 
tin; Introduction of a cftild into liel-i 
eini's ipiirt mode of living gives hen 
u new iiuiiglil into life and brings 
about her awakening. Strong scenes 
are said to be those in which she has: 
a final iuttjrvicw with the nnin witli 
■whom she is in lov«', ajid later with a 
dear ulil clergyman wlio makes her 
see life ilifterentiy and from wliom 
ahe begs the child ho Intrusted to her 
care in wiioni her every interest is: 
now centered. Shti proves to hlni. her, 
worthiness, and he gives her tlMj_chlld, 
:fn 'a way that is "a. Imppy surprLse loi 
her as well as to the audience. The 
scenes are In the pielnresaue perioJ 
of the early sixties in this co'ijniry. 
and the characters all dress accord- 
ingly. 

— The same production will be used 
as m New York, city, Chicago and 

Pierre of the Plains 
Fresh from the 'laurels gained bj an 
unprecedented run during- the past 
year at- the Garrtek theatre, San 
I'Vancisco and theJHeck theatre al 
Bellingham, Washington, Harold Nel- 
son and a company of excellent play- 
ers -will be seen at the Victorm 
theatre this evening. Inasmuch a.s 
Mr. NJiTson 'will only be klJlfeTo play 
one dale on account of the brevity of 
his present tour, which Is to be tol- 
lowed by a long return, stock engage- 
ment at Uelllngham, he has selected 
an excellent vehicle to display his 
wide versatility. "Pierre .of the 
Plains," is the title of the preaenia- 
tlon. which has, never been put on oiit- 
side of the larger eastern cities at the 
highest priced playljou.ses. In all 
probability this portra.yal wUl be the 
.' .« .w- „^„»A>» dramatically 




Valuable Herd of Holst.eins for 
_:_Coquitlahi Retreat Farm 
Are Coming— Sad Cows 
and Joyous 



H 



Esqujmalt & Nanaimo Railway Co. 

CiLEARED LANDS 

The Cleared Lots at Qualicum Be^ch, 
Newcastle District, are now on the nnar- 
ket in tracts of from thirty to forty acres. 

For plans and prices apply to L. K. 
Solly, Land Agent, Victoria, or L. E. AHin, 
Local Ag:ent, Pnrksville. 



The handBom*- «n«3. valuable TwrS or; 

thoroughbred Holptelns recftntl.v piir- 
chaeed bv the Provincial Governhicnt 
f<ir the I'oqulUam Retreat Farm have 
left Svratuse. N. Y.. In competent 
charge, and may shortly be expected 
to arrive at their futurohpnie on the 
Fra'ser. All the anlmals-rsonie twen- 
ty- tw o In nuinbej;=are a p o kcfl . M b> 




real treat of the seasipft. 

speaking. / , . ' .'1 , , 

Sir tjilbert Parker, wjiose powerful 
novels have ^stavtlecl ilyi world Is the 
author of Pierre and his I^eople, from 
which Mr. Nelsori^galned his splendid I 
adaptation. It Is modei^'n in. c^nstrup- 
tlon and deals with settlers on the 
!,»< rder AVho are graphically depicted 
without being exaggerated or over- 
drawn. The French-Canadians stand 
out conspicuously lliroughout. 

Pantagea Theatre 

ajiMl toiuglu will. b« the fare' 

W'U. performanoe of live Lewis and 
Uike Company In Victoria, after a six 

weeks verv -; '-"'I engagement, 

Which has- :. imary ter- 

mination in 11.. i; ,. ii«j_«4»«i.w?. 

bill Is by Ions- i.est presented 

durlntf the seaso;.. i .ufalo lUH and 
'Whose Babv Are You " on the one 



Car toon h-'t 

rr-'-f •■ 



milott conrelveH 



the 



Sonfenos, B. C. 



Dear Sir- 



Wc want to sell you some of the 
Best Fruit Trees you ever planted. 

Wo iliink we !ia\H' tlu- tinc^i in ho ohtairiod, and we know 
,ii,-\- wi^: ■,_:: ■ ■■ ,ii.:ti(in. I'lcasc >i\)<\ u-^ ji.nir nivldress, -> 
that wc can put yn m touch with a good thills;. Not the 

Vniirs fnith fully, 

Thfe Vancouver IslandNurseryCo.Ltd. 



.gt.ockmen who keep cloBcly in touch 
with conditions affectInK their Im- 
portant trade, as blue bloods that will 
be of the greatest value In strengthen- 
ing the Quality of nrlllsh Columbia 
herds. It being the intention of the 
Government to make the farm .herd 
the nucleus of economical siipply for 
the farmers and dairymen of th 
country, as Is being done- to a certat 
extent in 'Quebec today. 

The Holstrins/ior Coqultlam Will of I 
course como l/io Canada duty free, | 
and are ful^- Insured In transit | 
through 'Canada.. A reauost has al- 
ready rf-ached the Mlnl.fter responsible 
for th^-ir imt)ortalion. (Hon. Dr. Young)' 
that they may be exhibited at the big. 
Vancouver show,, and it is probable 
■that this will be cornplled with in. the 
event of the herd arriving ' in suffl ' 



progranrmc; each of a most" enjoyahlB 
ouallty. offer a big amusement value 
at the small admission fee. Next week 
the Rose Musica-l Comedy Company 
with fourteen performers, will open 
for a brief season. ' . 

New Grand Theatre 
After the laat performance ttjnlght 
the bill at the Grand, which -Is pop- 
ularly si>oken«f In the city this ^veelt. 
as tlie best aU-round .show Mr. Jamlo- 
son has had for his patrons In two, 
ir.onthK, will be Withdrawn, to give j 
) lace Mohday-to another immense . 

bill. : , , ,1 

This week Al Lawr.'nc has j.lar.a 
himself on, record as the brightest ol 
comedians, and the MayvilUs have 
capturea lujbllc- sentim.ent and praise ; 
-W- the ingenious lilliputlan act they j 
show. .Mary Ann Hrown is a favor- 
ite, and a splendid character com- : 
tdleHne U.zelle stars with his 
boautlfullv staged athletic exhibition, 
anf ScCormack with Miss Irving open 
the 1)111- to loud applause. J he bill ip 

well bala«eed, and * »^»"t; sinl^s' 
all through. - Thomas J. P^lc^ «in«» 
the Illustrated, song «"d m"Y'"^ '\'.V:. ' 
tures end the show, which Is ncailj , 
half an hour longer than usual. | 



IWOULD mi THE 

scon ACi 




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NORTHERN CROWN BANK 

HEAD OFFICE - WINNIPEG 




iChampions of Alternative 
Measure to New Liquor Law 
to Try. Strength Jn Prince 
Runert I — -'v 



( 



lh>: 



chamnlnnB,!:i P p r'ilgh 

Canada jTemperance Act, 



Columbia 



Sole Agents 

for 

Ladies' 

"Burberry" Coats 



Authorized Capital $6,000,000 

Paid U p Ca pital ...y. . . . ' •• ■ ■■■^^:^°°'°°° 

Special Care Given tp Savings Accounts 

Savings Bank Departrnent in All Branches 

.V General Bankini,^ r.iisiness Transa-cted 



ROBT. CAMPBELL, 

r.oncrar Manager. 

GODFREY BOOTH. Manager 



J. P. ROBERTS. 

\Supt;of B. G. Biranches. 

Victoria Branch 






"Thcr's naturftlly niu.st have. Ijgcii wreat 
; rejoicing ainmig the lucky bosflles," , 



cient time for them to b6 fully fostefl 
and brought lo stock rlOR condition 
after their long trip. ■-< . 

""" Thci 'Sflllors of -(lie herd ,■^^^^ natur- 
ally very ■ proud of the -Tiohor paid 
th(»m, and If cows iiosKess even a frac- 
tion of tlie , wisdom that their t^uml- 
ilalK'' hiibits would suggest. there 
mu»r havo hpfu great rejoicing, among 
Die lucky bossies when notilled nf 
their selecttrrn " to trnvnl -Weyitwa-rd 
with the sun t0.th??Jond;or sun.Mhine. 
Thegrlef of those left behind may hP 
111 iri'-tiriiy charily veiled fruni th"' 
public e^^*. ■/ 





Soif Agents 
for .» 

Ladiw' 
Burberry" Coats 



itiirday 



i.— Nfew an-ival of Hall and Winter Suits. 
(Sample line ) 

2. — New arrival of the Separate Long Coat 
for Fall and Winter. 



3.— New arrival of Separate Skirts for Fall- 
and Winter. 

4.<^.Mew arrival of Cotton and Wool De- 

' laine Shirts JTom $1.75. 




5. — New arrivLil of white 
China-Silk Blouses, up 
from $1.25. 

New arrival of Moir- 
Skirts bought by 
our Mr. Campbell, in London, at a very low 
figure, which enables us to sell them at 
$2.25 and $1.50. They are in all colors. 







Hiiri!^"apsBp. hixJOLCfirqitfoi:* €k 




Chrislie 

BliSCUIT 

Alw«yi delicious and autriti« us- -init tbeQund o* tnaek the 
children love. If you only k.new hoim much 'oarn, »cieDce, oonoen- 
tration and money hai been and is expended in the 'Ohriatie factory 
you would know exactly why people call CkrUtie Btacaila the beat. 

Try Cl»ri«tic W«Itrir— — y«n o«B htve rhein aa r. flavor :Oraa(e, Vaa*lta, JRatifia, Straw 
berry. Cocoa. Maple loc. Water Joe. aud Imperial. Sold in amall lias at all <roccra. 

CHRaSTIE. BROWN S COMPANY. LIMITED »is6 



Biiil 



ROBIN MOOD 



fO 



MOOSE JAW SASH. r|; 
seiM 

ROeiN rtOOD 



mi 



I'liii m^i 



.lii ! P 

*!!ili||!!|!l|Mi1 

OiSi ll'ilii;'!'* 

1. il I III I !l lllll i 1 1 IliilH i 



other-' 
wi?e- known /as the Scott Act, are to 
mfikethlMr Ijlrst Jl gilt at .Prince Rupert 
for the Hul)8lltutioiv of, this, much rrlH- 
clsed system for ftrftlgh Colun^bla's 
new and drastic high-llcense-and- 
strict-rcKUl'it'o" '"W, a petitfKn boar- 
tnir thT^-stpnatnrrjf--ttf - the reiiUired il-i 
pl<r cent of the Interested citizens hav- 
InK bOPn presented to the coupcil, ami 
a plebiscite belnff arranged In response 
to th-lH- i>«tlllo», to be taken on Mon- 
day, next. Should a majotliy he ob- 
tained the abandonment ot tht'> license 
and regulation system decided upini 
by both the provincial and the civic 
authorltlt^s will he necessitated, and 
tire TJraTidTrurrk Pacific terminal olty 
.will be "dry" from Its birth. .J.t la alsp- 
announced "that an endeavor will be 
made In the very nehr- future lb se- 
cure the adoption of the .Scott Act In 
tire' county wf Yftle, ^. :...-.;, z._, .;, .^.1 
In Prince Rupert the local optlonlata^ 
accurod a ma.lorlty on the plebiscite 
Rubmltted colncidenlly with the last 
provincial elections. That plebiscite 
mpant, however, not the ndoption of 
proiiibltlon If H \yore succes.sfiil, but 
the cQnceaHlon of local jurisdiction in 
decidinK whether or not. any particu- 
lar town, city or district should be 
"wel" or "dry." Later on, -w-ffawl- Prince 
Rupert as ari incorporated city hadJt.i 
first municliial elections, the i)roh!bl- 
tl<,>n lHKU« obtained ^a -mora clean-cut 
test. Mtiyor Stork and all the members 
of, the present council beliiK elected on 
It .stralK'ht lhen:!e-;ind-rcKulation plat- 
form, it is 111 aonsctiuepcc of this ex- 



<*f: 



This is tlie Wonderful New Flour 

that has made such a sensation throughout Western Canada. 
Made of highest grade Saskatchewan wheat, in the newest, best-equipped, 
largest mill on the prairies. 
Made with the determination to give users better flour-value, greater 
certainty of baking-success, fuller satisfaction with the final result, whether 
with biscuits, cake or bread. 

Housewivesthroughoutall the West admit that Robin Hood Flour gives all this. 

Therefore, Madam^it is the flour for you. 

This flour cannot be described in an adxcn.lsement^ We use this paper 

merely to give the introduction— to say : 

" Let us.make you acquainted with r?obi'n Hood Flour." 

It \m the K^uaranteed flour. If von are not satlsnerl with it after tw^o fair tplali 
ask your> jfpocen Ton your mono.y back. Ho wlU g'lvo It to you. 

Add more Water than usual when using- Hoblh Kood Tlour. Made of such 
hard, dry wheat. It absorbs mone molsture-produclngr a, largei*, whiter loar. 

The difference between Robin Hood Flour and other flours 
you have to find out for yourself. That there is a difference 
every woman who now uses Robin Hood admits. 

SASKATCHEWAN FLOUR MILLS CO. 

LIMITED " \l 

Moose Jaw, Sask, 



prcssloa of the- public >vlsh th.it tl)e 
latest actijrm on the pnrt ,of the Scott 
Act advocale.i Is so sharply criticised 
In the nortlT(M-r! city. 

T.)l.«cusslnK the pre.sent situation tiho 
Kmpire .«!ays_ editurhilly : "oFr our part 
we shall chnmplon the cauaift of -five 
licence sy.'^lcm, not because wo wish 
to i.erpetuate an evil traftV-. liut be- 
ciiyfc we helleve It would be uttrrly 
impossible to enforce "dry town" prin-, 
ciples in a, city euch ^e Prince Rupert 



\^ bHnrrtl:-tf)-*e i" ' ■< '< ■ mrts' 

•ly it is better to cliij<).>je the ieMMcr. Be- 
ing a seaport and /^ cosmopDlUan city, 
it would -seem to ^^^ Httf»r1y UHet(>>«B t-o 
try and make tt a uiH^cii^ <>r righleous- 
ness. Suoh an attempt 'ciin ■.mlv lead 



to a continuation Of the "blind )iiktTcr-.J.^i«*. better; *f>, jet th<! vote be take» 



U's" -such as hnyf oslstefl hnrp for the 
past year tit least. The new liquor law 
of ihp province ou;,imI t'l lend lo a very 
nnirUcd imin'nven\eiit i'i|ion the ,, <d<l 



fiegulfttlons. cxtetlng o6n^ltlons cannot 
be improved, we fall to see how tlic 
nilllcnuhiin ^an be rpached through the 
,Hnl4«t U.+ftion of poisonous dope. ' 'I"f'<" 
sooner the jlquor (juestion Is settled, 
as far a* Prln?e Ruport, la concerned. 



■conditions r and if by more-rtrlnffSUI* vreadytf**'' 



at once, and finally dispose of 
auestlon. Then everybody wlU 
just where we are at. T'he 1«»U« 
been heta In suspense' to»- 



as 



/Ctoe 



«»• Colpaltt i»iinUn« sua rutollBlxliMr 
Oompiuiy, x;ubu*d xaabiutr. 

lail-iais Broad. St., Victoria. B. a 



J. S. H. Matson. 



The Daily Colonist 

Hellvored by carrier at 60 centti p«r 
mciHl), If paici ii, advance; «0 cy-iitu per 
month If imtfi artp,. (ha lOth'of tuch 
month. Mailad. p..Ht|>m«i, to anv part 
Of Canada, except the city or suburban 
districts, which are covfrod by our car- 
, rIo'-B. or the United K I nKd^>m at tho 
following: rates: 

One Yoar ■ tc. ,ia 

■ c^ix Months . . . ^ ■ '•. - an 

J hre.e Months ■ . . ... . . . ^ og 

t.on(8,on. Office, gp . 93 yi^^ stroat. 



VICTOBIA DAILY COLONIST 

^ ^ * 



/tlielr niore «ontheJlx„ 1" tilyde. But 
LiuM-e Is .no need of thoorlzlng, when 
prosperoiis cities .are b.elns built hurj-' 
drt^iiiS of iMllcS north of tin: liUeruti- 
tioniil UoUDtiury. 

Another objection rafsed Is ttiat set- 
tlers from the'- United Statos do nut 
like our system of government. This 
is a* species of argument caleulated 
to Inrhiencc n Kood u'luny pet^ple. ' AVb 

.hiive 111 Can:i(lii wliiit".J8~'eaU.'il th" 

inonai-ckijU gyfiH^i,,; fj,- '■^i^.,- 

States .thoi'-iiuve wltnt Is 
rt'pitblican'ayslum. Sa\- ti. .1 nuni in 
the ..latter 'cpuntry, who 1|h.s never 
"^fj. Jn:C»niida,~tliat h^ would not like 
our .AysteiTi of g'overntii^nt, and ;^o 
wuiiJd be -very 'likely 'to think , he 
•mlgi'it not. If yoo ask th^. perSDii, 



\a uenerulT 
we are told' 



Satufday. Auguat 9, l9l(j 



Saturday, August 6, 1910 



CANADAiS-FlJTURE 

Mr. J«si2Eh__ Martin . has---protested 
against what he thinks are Indications 
that Sir Wilfrid LauHer look^ forward 
to the ultimate-independence of Can- 
^<^a-, 3Y-fl^ bave not seen the lan^itage 
which Mr. Martin; has So TconstruedT 
but as some of the Prime Minister's 
utterances se*m to bear, irr-WT, Mar- 
tt«-8 op i nio n ,- -Bi Tch " a ---Trrginmiigr~Tr~Ig 
proper to refer to the subject.— WT\en- 



^^^''-■ ^^5.^."^" *^"P **' IndependencelS 
bfiujgfit" promimm'tly forward, as Mr. 
Martin has brought it forward, it is 
desirable- that it should not be allow 1 
cd to pass without attention! We do 
not believe ourselves that there is any 
prtaeni^ poblic- <tgtU i < :^anada . In 

favor of Independonct.-. ami we see no 
reason why any such sentiment should 
now O f " he reafter inspire more than a 
'.'IV f.w theorists. About a .quarter 
itH-y ago there were a- num- 



ralsing this objection wherein he flrids 
our system of government objerthvn- 

■■■■'■ '•' • ■•■■•! ■ ■ ' ■ ''' i "n'. I' 

States, who do not Ilkef our flyatem of 

gov.ernment, -the/ e'x-|>liinfit ion 'probably 
arises from the fact tMttheyj3o not feet 
tiiat 4hey-ai^' goveniisti-atralK There 
are no political bosses, who '■■ - t'lng.'j 
to suit themselves; there a led- 

-dte«H«*-«#fte4ftia "dressed up in, a lit- 
tle brief authority," to interfere with 
"them at evfefy tttrn \ man ii.i.s his 
taxes, votes or not j-ust JxaJie wishes, 
and" for the rest p^ftHe time, so lotij? as 
.iiJTOs*4fj.-i»e'is»' not conscious 
li.iat. there i* an-. LMi\>-rim)ent. Therj 
-are pnj|7afr"- the' world 

T,Th.. ^-■•fr^.y_^ tiau-iieu L'y the machln- 
^'overnment than the people, of 
Ciuia.Ua. -It is literally true that, if 
a man observes the laws of the-land, 
2**^ may go o n fro m day to day and 
year after .year and^aot really know 
from ex^perl ence t hat' ^]uu■^' is—aay. 
government'"at all 'In il try. It 

is onjy when he linds his iite or pro- 
perty In danger, or when he Is so 
foolish as not to respecli^the life 
rlgh|3 



"ul Aulgar." 'I'lii.y was 
_cla8sirU-ution only, for we 
..liuit une "ile.pio.tfd A'rlnm In- ttn offen- 
sive way," a;ul thai while none were 
at)S0luLei,y Imauu-iil. a goud limpy we>e 
questionable. init of ■•twonty-thri-c 
ninis e.\amlniul, stjyen clealt vyHh. mar- { 
Ital iinfaithriH+ieHSv 'S)t- the vnude- I 
vtlle porrormanqea In. gt'iK ral th. p-' 
\Vas:;iitf 'ore c bhdeinhatlon. than a ppriivaT 
'I'iie songs are described' as ".silly .j,i ml 
!'■". Wuiteii j semlrtiontal, and • sung , suggosliveU\'' 
ca , led ,i.i pJMa n \^ of tire'- perfnrnin no>s 'at*d ' stated 
^to^'hitvtrrtofen "uliiii lor any stage." 
Educational, features are said- to have 
been absolutely , lacking," ,Ot.i the .-whole 
this, must .b« ^ponaiaierea tOe- a^; ylfry 
sertdus. Indictment, :, but .:vvsi are In- : 
cllned'-t.o thirik it is, less *».ppllcable to 
«''<'h, eptertainments In Canadian 
tc.\vj-/-< and ■cities than' iu Unw,. ifivpn 

■ Un ^ted-fittti. . 
-_)i^-ver.jLislxicer.fiiy._hoj>c that we -are 
np't about to wittiess, a fallins off In 
the tone, of vaudeville, iabout which 
up uv a eomp^rattvBly rerejjt; Tserlod 
:the re \vas 11 ttj e that was ' o b je? t Ion - 
'i'"'' iHiHce.cenaonship has been 

.1"' Ml the Ifnlted .Sl,ates as the 

pr6TjSr'Terne:a"yy'^ur"w<' are not sure 
it is. " We are not-of those who ,would 
J5j;egaielthji_sujimisJjUI^ 
pf children to the- poUc«.. -It- U .ftot 
v>>i time for fath ers and mbthera to 

te 4n favor'-of the blue coated I 
iiuartiiiins- of. the i>eaee, ■ Pollee-st^' ■ 
pervltjion driuliflr.s.s !j, ilcsii-able. but j 
there n 

pie T\-hii .imiiK jiareiits iiax-c .\ el ^oine 
ahan: of responsibility resting up<m 
them for the moral, upbringing 
their ,bn,b-,.i, The people tlljeoi,- 

^'■'■'- . lojipt t s es s i vfe w j\at 

Til* puiJUc iceni i\) want, and if the 
standard is bnlng lo\\'en>d, it is the 
f au 1 t_jQ£ -4hf- "T . *tibH g7- We -Trh^T^^fnr 




Not Just "Today" But Evei^^ay 



WTnever asjt yon lu cumt^in j'ltnlu^/' to take advantago of 
n^ver change. ' As sooivas'w^'^FeceiT^Biir g5<5as:-'^rr mark' i)lainrv- 
represent the lowest ,.,,,ssible sellu,;;' figure, aiul remain the sanu- 



cr uf re^tt^-^omTg^in-eiFiH-Toronto I h^I^" , ^^ '^'""P^'-^y ^' pAhers^ "tTSt- 
• ho ,..«.,, ,., ». ..^5,. 1„„. . . "'"'r.^' ^'•^'"^ '" understand, not only that 



I "^ "^eii-o III uiiuursiana, not only that 

ery_freely.^f_^an: there is a government, but that It Is 

but they did not| a mighty vigorous one. with a strong 



liiid 



far-reaching firm. TRSeH 

■" '■•"irned Americans, who do 

system of government In 

Canada. -They are composed chiefly 

of 4)eopi« w.h.0 have bi&^xi In the penl- 

lenilary or «buld have been put there 



I 

who used to talk \ 

adhin ind.-n. inli 1: 

keep It up^ vet-y long. 

Mr. Martin thinks that ' If Canada 

^^■■-■v,' ini!..!M.li.!rli| sUr -,\,.i;lii ,-.,;- ,,1.. 

■ ■ .-..,.. 1 |,y the l.'nitod .Statf.'ii. 

the line of reasoning 

iliut KaUd meviiabb-, to such a con- 

iluslon: but'Tt l.s Tint "^vorth while 

■-!■!-,;;! ,i.ng iipo!! ause 'itl , the 

Jiifc'hly improbable event that Cahat^a 

.-^bo'iid lir'eHk oir her connection ^vlth 

' '' I^^mplrev an entirely hew 

.^» > ■■■ .Miidit ions would arise," arid 

things might seeni desirable then that 

" ■'-:!. I n..i !,, ( .inteinplated now. . 
^'' 1 rtui tells US that he would 

imperial Federation be- . _„_.„_ 

v.iUirc- tiiereby Canada would lose her j '"^ <-^''talxusection, of the tFnH?* States 

intnnomy. .Ls it not a il.ttle pretnar | P'"«*s. is directing l4» attacks: ; We 

t!i. !.. ,t,..!an either for or against; »^e remtirded , of the aian. whb^eald 
imperial ! " At present the' N.cr.'" • . -^ ^ft '=#hteh w^^^^^ 

tferrnVrcjUi iioHUng definite, j '"'-■-"^ -u the rtrchard/ witli- 

There seenia likely to (.^me^'a aayjhe- j '^^" .'''«'^jn*C the appl 
',,rT.'-^c..,. long when the Imperial Con- i ''^'^^^ always the m6i*i .-,l;<.k.s u(i(:)..r it 



bet te r ■■v wMd eri }t rr--'-yhg; p eople ».-, .iT 
' -and cleah^ wholesoi 




•■SpcciaKrrices/;^^tn-^jthe, siniple reas..,, that our prices 
lh<-:,f'ncB::ai:wIiich' tiiey shall trj-spia, and those prices 

c\ (.;i\ (fay (if tlu' vcnr. 



Rugs and 




^S^'^^^y ^''^ '-^i;£^gLJ'.tA^ -A>i jLigii aiKl caqn;ia:r=iu^AV.t:iit..pat^ 

rerns^weaves of gre at dependability^- thc -bes t dis play iadHties.. 

Thiji sums Up the situation iii this depart- 

Tlte iH-hicfni(.iit.s offered here .to seekers of 

ulficicii.: i.i iiilhiciK-c aiiycne, who j.s 

ule Qf::tlieLj;iH£sii^h-JVi7e4^^ 

carpets ill -evei-y style in ini mcnSe vaTie tj>;JorTvery"rQotti in a 



■nu.'iil ill a imtsliel-l 
reliable 
' aided t»y-'thx: pfa' 



vHudevtire Ts even. bet.ter._tbaii the so^ 

1 !i -iUrnate drama. 



If they had not eluded the police. The 
ordinary, decent,.- law-abiding, resi- 
dents of Canada, whf Lcame,JiSeT.JFom 
the, United Stateft, aevcf i i >ate& a 'n y" 
obJectlDO to our syslem or govern- 
ment. ■ a. 

CHir only surprise Is that th^.. .A 
llghers vOf Canada have been «o aloW 
in -gettlrtg in their ,»'ork. Just how 
this Is "thd only coun'tl-y against which 



•tr?rr-pri • 

ment; but \i 
members TVi: 
ing. ' — : 



We carrytTnot onTy all therein lar sizes, but. many of the 
1 founid in ordinary stock. WVare-p&siti-vyty^g 
'Ci licadquartefs. 




none of Its 



It 



pointed but" that-th£_ 
C^anadian 'jNorthern_ ha* fooir "^ yea > • 
froin nr.w t^t.ifulfil "its contract; but 



rra.-t 



rg frprntM-atgnlng of the c^6- 



urcs From 
the Crockc 

De 




sir Wi+irld Laurier told the United 
State*? settlors Ih Saskatchewan that 
they ought to imwwJt hemselves In 
the affairs of the country and "unite 
with one or the gtlier ojr * Jihe great 
polltlOT^parttee-'vW* wuia not be ady 
vers^ to a smkll wager. If It were not 
for Itbe MlUer;.A'-t r'^''nst .«e.<!.s.!on. that 
we vfi\m nft; 

Wilfrid ,W<'>ulu|„>:-i.T in-m to jniii, Uut 

t's good ,gi#vlce Just the samci 



98-pjece Dinner Set, pink laced border, at 

9^8-pieceDinne^-S«t,-^ench.g^i*eeji-fk)«i design, at . . . 




..$7:50 

ai ^10.00 



i ll_<l£i'.eluij.4ftto-a— body^fa v^ 

au-thing more, than a fliere"^con- 

^■"^ * iuni,'j:l o n....u,Jj— 3 e ei »s very 

!• that the exigencies of the 

will 



A^^Ij..^.,*^^!'"^'^'"'^ "o 80p<J it Is nev-jr 
*' piJblic so. 

RISKS IN AVIATION 



Very naturally a ehpeat d«al-oJf dto- 
■n has arisen but of the recciit 
H-n accidents. Germany has ap- 
polntdd-a tofiimlsalon U) InveBtigate 



A eeyr egfton dent of the^ N«w ' V 
frerald says that ffom "the eettlers 
who fonned the parent colony' a' popu- 
latfa»-^..i}*«;r}y-^,000,opo has sptung.'' 
ihe.. reference b^Jnl^to" the original 
Selkirk cjiony which was located near! 
A innlpeg no,w standa.!. The 
coir.esi,i>ndent hrfs exaggerated Ideas 
ot the .reproductiveness of . these 



97-pieGc pinner Set, bltife tose pattern, Thi.«i is nnt^'l^mir'sWlf jVfrtJern^ 

9i7-lilece Pinner Set, comb in at ie^ of phiJsc antl green, aorai design, at . . 

lia-^fec^ Dinner .Set, very pretty ijorder and finished wi^^ edge; This partmctaf 

'^^^Ign j* kftow« as the DucHess^Rpsiyn;,iand Is one of ©ur stock patterns. Weile?i 

■ '''^'■'^ "■'•■•■•■ ,.....';..,:.■......■. '.-...y. .:...[... ...?i7jdo' 

^^:*^l!*^^^ Set, handsoffle:gMii n:or 'e^rsr^-Z^OTTy i^.if^^ 

Crown ficrb^pinner S^. of 11,3 pieces, also o ne of. our st ock pattcrrfs; at . .!f 25.00 

"Blue Band". Dinner m,-t^.-p^. f^^e»-H^%Kk pattern, at _ . ..^ ,.^.,_^,,,^5-^98e.OO 



.Beauliiul 
China and 
Art Wares 



L.iiipirf will demahd 'at an early (Jay 
th..- fnrmati.>n of .some, organization • 

''tHtiYe^;y,of, ■'th. 
.i'.-i.- j..ii.iii.i,i.s p..rti,.,n8 tjf His Ma- 

.Jesty's dorniuiunH, and shalj' pronounce' „i; . - „- . — 

...on .intj^ri^tlonai que^tkma. We< S^'LS^l^.^ ''* J'*^"^''^'^ '^ ^^'tlers: The «>MO.O«ff of p^pie on 

'aet that-tlte over-seas Dominions are ^ ^,^!^"L "^yryt^Ma^pt^ oc- are Pral«lor'ftfetW.t descendants of 
to maintain arrtiies and navies ofthelr^ T^J^J^^ y^ "^^ ^^^^l^mj^^o wttlere by a- very large major- 
■wn makes abodv exerclshiK' a iointi! ^ ^"^^ ^^"^ people exstiFr. ' 

• 'tr., a neeess^trv tSS^Blilr^'ft" ?' f «"*^" "^^^ avlaUon ought^ ---.-..„,.._„.. 

"apada vViU havf a» "t^^l *: '!^"^r^*^ altogether. k)ui 0« ^, ny.^ the «mte .grower. ^ of the 

imputation as Gre at Brita in had wL! °1^Z i!""*^' "'^"^ *'''^"'*'' >nd ^ ^. ....... je Pro vince s want the , 

"she"Ht,w;d-^.u.;r-iaSi^f ^Sr^ ..better, advised talc^ the po-. , tariff' abciiiid^^-lAVui^T . . 

." -■-. an., it isT^ £ dSe W V >;■ " r'r^ - '"- ^^'^'^^'^^'^^ '^^^'^^^^ mjrree Trade 

i.npro,bable that these mirtlon?.^ vio!; "' ^-^^^"^ ' ^ '^^' A'-. ^ - ,-:i..i fv.^^Mff,«p^ .op,^«,„^ economic 

mUhotiH Of IK o-^velopm^nt^M: What is nicely ttotjecomeipr would like .ig^.luuMv.hw ; 

think the if- 



• T-« »^ ♦^»- 



"!yji°t^^*^^^^^«*^<*<5^^ readily sells at 

\\^Iers:pnce , ,,.,;, ^^,,_,^^,^,;-^ . :."■. . . . .'. . ' . . , . -. . ;9100- 

^6.00 

....?i.a5 



Tea §etertrf 40 piliices,- rteelalf the wav froYn .fen rvri t, 
Berry Sets, ftotti $7:00 down tn 



pie will be content to bear their plijare' 
<:.f-der.n.llng .a policy; and to.tak^ their' 



■r 



;tt- 



a ver>- u.soful inver^tiun, iX^ find Sir' tli 

obHn.:.s 6f defeat--ana aU-thaFW ini^ ''v' r"' ' - ^^^ •'public! ^. 

T^K.'cl therein, without have a v^et i :"?"rr"7''f '^^ ''""^^'^ Wt»^" ""• 

Oeterminlng what rtl at pol cv shS„m '7"' ' " "''^ v" ". ^", '""^^ ° ' '^"''^' *»'^'""'« ^' fe>-ethlng necessary is 
'H. It s.an,. r., t,s that ran?da m '^ r " ^"''^"*"^". 'nvblvi,tg___dang.er.; asked. We. ought to be. told what sub- j 
. x:hoi; bet^^ iX' TZZV:^"' "" r''^" '' us.d to Uutute can be-propoecd.atS,l certainly' 
P-uien... ami some .specks ^ ^ ' '* ?' poor,, Innocent, bicycle apy tarilT that^vllt meet the li^ds ..t' 

Uar F.^dcr^tlonr^.n wri^belWe '"''", f terrlb^e^^publlc .danger ahd this eonntr>- lA.the matter of revenue 

■ f puwk oblnJon In^ .ijy be protective, 

1 kvor nVvh it^. I ^"'"^ '" "^^^^^^ AVhat was then - -. . , ' . 

.^^mp^ "the bicycle face" ^ the express j it i» Suggeated that .the United 

'••'.ttes may import Wheat during the 
-'"-'" Ylnd; himself unabl^ to^^"'^ *'"'""'""'' """~''^~^"'' "'■' ^t twelvt-month. Y*ar before , Just 



. h. 



.11 
till 



Notr.v IS in favor of the latter. 

^^r. Martin, think;.. Sir Wilfrid Ulo or,>vhIch was a.ccoss between f 
1-ut.e, 't ♦^'^"«diah .lndei^nd,j^f,»,pi,n,po.isdonkei._^d i s^ 

hen. Then the motor car was going i ti.te surplus for export was only a) 



malt., minority , of the. .^.^becm-: an ail 



(.;ii.-!.s li 
readilv 



-itii hWJl.. 

• . :— — ♦ 

CANADA MALIGNJEO. 

lign'ls In pro- 
I' --'-'U .states. ' We can 

■>d th'it !t ip not t'K-a-;'- 



n.rva. Ting peril, iltld^ -Itl.CKia oOn 

ev< who «ay Itsjcr. 

I use pugni to be proliibiti.-J. ■ At pVeseht' 
the. flying' machine is loniced ..,i!>'/n a.' 
the bicycle 

' iinuv.-j il via - 
i.urry. Th«'>' 
ii before they 



!. 



biit this wa.s .in- 



^hels, 
I .war's exceptional- crop 
I'l.s, This, year It Is 

-!ll-!iiris'.<vl!I \-ani.lll 



mtr :' 

tur 



i 



taKing 
excellent 
..J-'Iatji.- 

divert this mlgratl 

. . nH Soiilh -wes ti '^ r^ , 

tfon th.-r.- iii'.iv I,,, t',, ■,....■,; ■ 

<•!. ine l).ii-iuna..;i i:., 
'I'hei'e ouR:ht.'fl!in'?*'\'i. 



'il .ma 
- Uly Jappi 
'be fell ■ 



Ci 



Urownli) 



1;^ I tenipts-tts^'that 



Ml tn, 
part 

. t. 



•Hal :-■ 
HoUs lost his life shouhi : 

!'-i"'-> f)t thi.S ■ ^l•^■■■'■ 

D'Ulfi.--:: 

ai iiiati. 
: .l.a-.s 1, 




■Mwltiiai 



i-'l '^^^ 



Send for a Copy of Our Big Catalogue 



•mmumgimmtmlm 



•# 



^ If you are planning wetJcling 
presents— and many foresighted 
people are even putting away 
holiday gifts thi.$ early— or en- 
riching your own collection of 
finepieces of china and art objects, 
the opporhinities afforded here 
are most unusual at thi.s time. .i 

^_ The new things challenge ad- 
miration by beauty and stvie 
and bewilder in 'variety and 
values. 

■^ No previous season has shov/n 
such tempting things— irresistible 
things. You must see' tTiem with- 
out delay. 




W 



il. 



|ii is another sectlon-oliour store that can be 
to eve^xhoUsewife.;: H«ve^;#e -got anvthinir at .mc. i 
^.Eibotits? ■ \\'h77-cciptai^^ !; 

f^S!^'!^ar§^ti\Countei^'' t(^ kitchen v. , 

•and seiw^t'W^^are willing to dp for yon. 



■ \ ice 
' "r there- 
'■■■■r you to 
lead, come 



Hi 



Careful Attention Given to MaSI Orders 



)eautiftil 

1..,L , 



li.j 



in en. Set consist 
:mc very .best. S< \ t-i, 



n napki,n.s and r tabic c!. 



-packed 



iindnr.Ktand. 

' .1 1 III.. I.I 



'il! 

I If. 



piM-if^Vt;- l.:W .Vet: 



Don't I 

H- led ge I 



try. Bi 

The news)JUjK;i-s enaageiJ 

' ro to Canada" .ampalgii ... 

iaj.-*»8t-rt. ,.;:-thcry^^vaTt-'-thtnk~-T>f 

anything aiiver^e to this cintntr.v, thev 

-ay it, no mattfi- how untrue it may 

•avorlte grounds 

'^1- .- .... "cather, .e.sneola.lly 

i.nter weather. .Now It i.s a fact 

wiilch any ihijiartlal observer .will, ad- 

.mlf, "ITiaf iTir- v\ tut.-.- ri'in.i'l,. ,,f .'...,. 

a.i.i .. ,, . . , , ..^ 

• ■ tier of noTthi-rii 

it T.inke.'r fo the 

Pacihc. This is due to. • that 

the' d-T.-.'.".- i,.. ..!.:..- ■, ,,, , :,„ada 

,..?i'""^''- ' I.n.,! atl tndiv 

In sumnier tin.- 1. 
Miin.ihlne oTtiivA'k a 
tiiijj lier of Stat.' from 



Yet It is a step and 

tiR'it ilirwtlon. 



•"\' 



i... iiiaL u )i,-i;- nana any good, claim- 
ing for.fioniethlng else than the opera- 



) I'. Jidti ocen a ra 

.^ame thing wltii 

Then again It 8een'i»-^HPt..bablc tii 

to do %vith fatal accidents. By , de- :t.ha.t- hav„ «ome -•.b.a.t under ItR.opera- 1 
f ectf Ve ' ii:iF-inellni-lHp--firo" o'onsfFuc- tn^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ; , ;UioiVTs'nor~t".7 1 

tlon, while 'strong enough, to'meet nor- 1 be sotighi l« th.; laa.t i,iiat Mr.'Lemluex 
mal strains is -not equal tp anything' '»" 'i Liberal, whereas the critics of the. 
out of common. A.i-tjire Conservatives. JS'ex^ thln^ we 

.-----: !uiww -Mimiepeopi,. >. ni refuse to take 

'Use. the.v have 



VAUDEVILLE. 



11 J5' pii 
■ •. ', - I- "'■''11 ..:*!)ined UP 

. ,uBat:,T5S ^ - " i n ' ( tTfa-g''M^^-'^'»'^t^'^'^^B if" 
ilictiireSs of the"~ftght ,; ^ 

gra.Iaallv .),.,,.:... f.-M-' ;„,„ ., ^.^.^.^ 

"' ' ; and vaiide- 

v:!U; :n g. n-ral. In Indianapolis jtin 



, m,ei l! i . l"? ] ^H H ri 1 1 ! ill ! ,>— tb 



comprori! 
Kuioent Ijietweon 
and., the Cana<liuj 
Is expected. In 



regime of a 

incp. ' -;■• ; 

.;... -■-... al .. 



:Tr"?v tirrrmcl 



PRISCILLA RUGS 

de of unbleached muslin 
ilors — wa'^hable. 

!, "hit , 



laiiic ololii ('(* X i<..( iiuhcs^ 



IM- 



aibi 



I dozen 
^9 50 



Set, con si 

,table iiajiK.iii 
S^t, coH'^istiiv.' 



Those rugs 



(Ivn! in 
arc 



FIRESIDE RUGS 

• of the latest 



[.iiain 
l>edri ■ 

Si . in. 

^i/x- « X lo li. . 
iSize 9 >t.J.? ft 



^ Slv IC-^, III 111^ V *nt-\ *•!' ' 

.Jksig43fcS»=-with. -i.«^Jieias^.:. Ach ^vcn or' r 

'■ ' ■■ ■ ■ ' .hitc a: 



'i t - or mi s & I 



iVV 



■...$2.75 

if? I 7.00 
^22,50 



Si'/p 



hi t- 
I.-' fl. 



■lor effects 
lixceMcnt 

$2.00 
.. .if 1.50 
..«pl2.00 

S^lfJ.OO 



table cloth 66 x 84 inches, and i dozen 

J ?c 181-2 inches. Priced at. i|iS.OO 

tnble cloth 68 x 86 inches, and t ,I..7,rn 
inches^ Priced ^l-^,.„.^ . .^1 1.50 

COLONIAL POSTER RUGS 



---Eoiitcj;-j.M"l c c t . 
• Sizo,^ \ 6 ft. 



atrartive ""styles. 



,$4.i?ir' 

iplJ.OO 

■-•.-^■....,..J?27.50 
MARTHA WASH4:N-GTON RUGS 
If 'f hcdrooiTi \\%c 

$3.00 

J|55.00 



M/.e y X. 12 ti 



Ideal 
Size 27 X 54 in 

"■ " ■ ■'•; '' "fr. . . 



llMr-ft-t^.. y.r P.'lnr Will lai'.-lf. 



moving, I 
) opihrob OL tne niveatiga; 
'were "sensational and m 



they 
. but 



of l^amlooi 

n n.iiuvfty i;,i, 
a cem- 

u1 the . ; 

•,T I. ',t .,.•.»( 



l,,'^'°!^\'\'t*'"""''';'^'''""~''''-'':^'''^*^l'"^'™*''"'"-'~l^^^^ j,„^5^ Furnishing Vaiues tdat are licvnnd conincfitin,, 

avcS' hi' vo« »„,;■''""■"'""''''' "'" '",'""" """"'■" Mr"!"'" "^ "-"i"" ---^ --l cfalic orAnao-' .0 you ai 
Avc asK.is mat yoit.com' ijue you can receive for the price. ^ ' 



Itition will ,; 
of the nuiata 




sga*t!*iijjjas?'^^'?^ ' ^gsgai^ pgpp 



«atut<i«y, Auauit 6. 1910 



VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



5t 



!!* 



If It's From the 

Mojitelius Piano 
House 

It's a Good One 
The Kranich & Bach, 
Broadwood, Bell, Haines 
Bros, and Chickering Pianos 
grace the studios and par- 
lors of the leading piario 
connoisseuEs of every civil- 
ized nation. 

.'iiy if ilie ;i1m)\c names' 
On ihe [all ho ard ' of vour 
piaiii) is iK'l only a Guaran- 
tee of its Intrinsic Value 
\\'h crcrtr yon ma-y^^'+^ .--J-vu i 
rnlianccs y<mr ia>ti' ami 
imlg'ment in ilic i-nm.t'.i -^i 
uf yuur friends. 



k\ SOCIAL AND PERSOIiAL 



Mr. and iMfs. Hei.sterman aro vis'U- 

hig ^■llIK•oLlV('r. 

» • • - 

Mr, ami Mrs, P. 0. Ltinp l'r<),m H.ifl- 
■Hju, -M.ias., ai-i; visitors In toww. 

* * • '' , , 

Mr, Kiul .\lif5s F.lforJ from Toronto 

arc \-islliUK- rclaUv<*» ill .t"wn. 

♦ • * . . 

Mr. .iiul .Mr.'*. Onacon from Nanfximo 
lur aowii in .\U« ciipiUil for a few chiya 
■ ♦■ ■■• T 

Mr, anil Mrs. W'liitlier f ronVDevbn. 
KiiKland art- vi.'sitorM lo VIotoriu. 

• * * 
,Mr, luiii Mr.<, iu-l)uglUoiv 'fr6m"''Vi'in-- 



tli(> iiialnlaiiil rilic; 
IJollo, 



, iiVliiH '.viU'ht 





,iu|)t/K ar.' visUoi's to-. tnA\TT.- 

' ♦ ♦ , • , ^ ;■ ,.:_■:. • 

I .Mrs, Jl. Vc.rn loft on ,\l"iiaa'y"on Rn 
I i-.\ii-iided v*!Blt I" Soiitlivrn I'alil'orriia. 

] ^ » » . 

.Mrs! II. Gordon from Vam-uuver is 

in \:i\\i\ on a buslnoss trip. 

" * • ♦ » - 

Mr, .'^, r:''i'ddiiisr of Ladysfrmli i- a 
business visitor in tin' ("ai'i'al 



L 



^ Sold Only hy 

MONTELIUS 

PIANO HOUSE. LTD. 

ii04_Governmcnt Street 

(.'••rncr l^'tirt 'I'^^'l- 44 

B. P. GREENE 

Manager Victoria House 



Mrs. A. A.. BJlbeclt, and dauglUtr ar* 
visiting the Sound oitli'S. 

Ml-, and iNLrs, ll. Ermfr. 1 !■■'•> Dallas 

roud, are wpfnctiiig th^' week-end in 

Seattle. 4 ' 

r t « 

— -M-ls." KIlH llrdwrison, of VuncMUNcr, 
i.s a Kuesluiih Misa .Jean Roberts, Wi 
Yuuns- slreuL and ul Mhawnlgan laku. 



.A-i.r.-.aud:-JUrs..-ii...AA:ri£lit, "f, Xana.i-_ 
:nn, art- A-Wtins-willt-VHnoria n lallves. 



■'• Mfssrs.'^A^E.' Miller, .\. Snilivau, 
and /I'. I>ith- 'Have n-lnrned to the 
nmli/l'JiW- , „' ' 

-. -Mr. Wd Mj:s: William McNeil, of 
Vancouver,' arc spemling a fortniKliLS 
iiollday at SliuwniRun. 

Mrs, D. Sabt'gtori;"wK(? h«a been \i - 
itili.£? with her 'imrents hore, has re- 
ttu'iied to her honiP in Nanalmo. 

Mr. 1 1- Parker~li~ pawns' u \ isit 
to his niiiiin^; intei'esls on Obscrvifiry 
Inlot. 



II'. n 



T.iy Inr i-fiurni a ' 
I. 11.1 .\esterda,\'. 



Mr. uat;ar Fiersoii 
^nilth and Nanaimo, 



haOi'- 



,\l ■ - \\ , 1 I W !iUr ■■■■ ■- ■< i.-^iling 

ire Hi a Mount Pleusani, \ajiL-ouv^>r. 

-:- ,,. -..•-.-::irr:-»-"; -" :■■ ■"_'-:~ :""■: 

'J'hP .Mis.scs Forrest, of LiadysuUtih, 
, '. i.Mvins the fapital a' business visit. 

,* * » 1^,1 ,.-„^ 

, \\ ; Patmore, of Pfiyce Ru- 
■ 1 the gueat ivf VJetoria friends, 

.. • • • .,.. 
,\lrs. I'utebcT i.s making a short visit 
iwlth Vancouver friend..;. • • 

• ■> ♦ - - - .■ — 

; .j/"Bontlb' ' \*i nTcoti-vyr -^ t-h-e- 
■ Hii.'^t of her inuLher. Mrs. Nichollea. 



^^EtrsfcTMaurLciS.,B.ondaii\ md Mrs. Me- 
Intyre of Prince lUi|"Ji'' '^i' vlaillns 
in -Victoria. 

:\i ■ ii r.i a. liani. of..V»n(i(?.U,v,sr,, Is 
spenduiK the \v<>ek in Vletoria, a gueHt 
of her sister, Mrs. J. (>. Stinson. 



.Mr,- .in.i 
of. \"anrou\ ei 

here. 



.\lr8. .George W. IMelhuish, 

wr- vipttinp- '«'ith friendly 



Mr. dnd Mrs. W. D. Haywood and 
famflr arc ■speh^lns tho nwHh ;■! 
Campbell river. "^■, 



Afr. jmd Mrs. H._H. Watford have re- 
turned t.o__Vancouvpr after a pleasant 
^tuy of ten days with friends here. 

til * y 

r-3rr." 3JC3SaiElaSE3 ■ 

-the Nelson \"\'y X' • - -^ 

(''on at. 





/ 



Hats 




We are offering our entire stock of trii"ilmed 
and Ready-to-Wear Hats at greatly reduced prices 



mssmmxxhMMamiMij 




Carls, P'.ifis, BrkidB and 
Tra nt format ions 1JI",:bU-j,- 
Stylos at 



MRS, KOSCHjE'S HAIR- 
DRESSING PARLORS 
'Phone 1175 Dotifflas SIT 



.Miss ('handler Is vl8itii«-s4tfe=S*ni 

cbiwc'u friends^ •^'T.rr -T'. •.' ■ \. 

• •■•■■ , 

i .^r^. .\. '. Flumerfelt hsis *eturnea 
fro m lite Ma lnJantl' 

. ; , . . ' • > 

.Mrs. H. St. John tnm\ Vancouver 1» 
stayin,g for a few du.ys A\JUi . Mr.S._ 
Aniitard . u a k R a y .. 



^Insure quick sale. Tliese hats are all tliis sea- 
son's Styles 



Miss Psyche L. Scott 
Vancbuvpr, the .trnept of Mrs. 
Morrison. 



B W fcW tl M m 1 1 W l i H ^i ■! M T t WWIJW I' ■ ■ ■J J 



.m7 niUl M rs. Seover niflrt— Miss 
lOllaiiif Seover from San Franelsc^ arc 
yi«itoi* In- town :„ _ 

?11rr?tmf-MTS. 11 . - irotiv-^'ew 
Westminster arc vi.'iitora to the <?api- 



Mr. Mticdonald .Mowatt returned t<» 
the Mainlan 1 lav. 



LADIES' TfxfMM \'A> i lATS On salc'lndavat each 



T H E — 

Real Lace 



rin«-<i Muality hand-made laep. 
!!v I ill vartl and made jn» hit'> 
levailinsr stylos. 

1214 Broad St. 



.Mr II. I ! . nmm ie*t ia«t j»j*t»t «n » 

i .short bualness vlftlt to tto« Terminal 

fity. ■■ ■ -: '. ■ ' ■' ■ ■" -^T''" '7 

' . '■ . . '. . " ♦ •■«■„■" 
i MtH.Jam.os .Andcrison, 6f Kftslo, who 
i lias, been visitins wUH Vk'toria friends 
j has left-top-lM^Jioetenay home. 



Madame 



LK 



.shampoding an. 
Manicuring ; : 



715 COUK TEgrAY ST., yHONB 



j .Mr. ,ind Mrs. F- J- I'aliner paid a 
1 motor visit, to Nanuimo pi» Wedries- 

ida;- last.._ , , ' ' ■.-..1\....^. ~ 

ir.-i. (:hi%ri#» HiirrLjifi of ?Mu8fe)t .1$ 
: makintr u mprmfSr^^l'*."5.'»-l.th frler»ds 
in this city. ■ , ' 



::t 



Mlag-jN^iUlC yaW^cr \s vtstting -#lth 
aunt. Mrh-.'^Twiies-Ho^TTBOnr irt 
.Manse, Ladvsmlth. 

'<' , . ^f-y* • ■- ' ■ ■■ - 

a ^ur of the, Ibwns and citlesTlip U'lfe 
" - — - -. nway^-J-i-- 



I .la St ers- w heiv- >.H.>a (. m H botllfc ; of ^ - ■■ _ .^^^ . T j,rl vsm 



( ■hamberlain's Liniment tor twenty 
ii\i. eentsi. A piece of flannel dMmpen- 
ed with this lii'iimorlt is "superior to 
:nv plaster for lame b.ack. pain^ in the 
.<ido and chest. a)id mneh cheapet*. 
Sold by all dealers 



Mrs- R- Gcar> of Ladysmith^jaduLiias 
beeiv- ylsltink 'vritfa. XEJkBdja M&tS^ .M» 
returned home. ■ 

■ > •-••;•, 

^Mr> B. :i*. Rutchart. manager of the 
Toil ■^'re'^V, ''omf'H wopVcp. i4 visiting 



■ WlsV LeTftra «MattHifMrs"Tfr"vr8ll11Yg~tn 
Nanaimo. the pruest of her cousin, Ml^^s 

Adela Bennetl. 

* « « 

.Mr. "and Mrs. J. S. llanlcy from 
Ottawa atf enJo\ ingr a trip to Western 
Canada and are at present stayilig In 
the capital. 
:::^ ^ ,. . » _• i * ___ ':_ __■■:,.. 

The MIssee Marffuorite and Regfitia 
Ford -VerrindecJiave been spendlnff the 
past week in Vancouver, as guests of 
Dr. and Mi^, J» M. |ML<?l«aren. 

Mr. .0, ». Crdeket. Mr P., 6t York, 
N.B.i is €Ki;jeetea-t<^H>ay— Victoria a 
ylsU today, lo the cpttts*. of His Coast 
tour. . '_' ■ ■ " . 

■•■' .*. •" ■ 

Miaa lren« RKiW. of Vaocouver. Is 
spending a pletisannMiday with her 
aunt, .Mrs. E. (.'rpw Bakei', at "Slsslng- 
hurst." 

Mrs. B. TTeldeh. Xivlh Is visiiting in 
the"elty and is tHe guest of her sUier 
Mrr.-F <' NHvin; 15P) Belchet" 
street . .'. 

■-•--'' \ « »■ * '*-".'- 

Among the many Vancouver vfsitors 
to town are: Messr."?. J. II. Dean. B. 
Saunders, F. H. Wylde. R. 'B. .Vllller, 
j^l.^!tU-i;{r*nse_a«d Mr. and -Mrs. Hcnr.v. 

Hamittond. 

, ♦ • * 




$1.00 

$2.50 



^■TRTMMi:n I r.X'l' S, -aH ihis'^scasoai.^^vleis- >Sal c price, £a cj.i .• 

LADlEv^' 'I'KI.M.Ml'.D ll.VTS in all ilu' laUM designs. _Siile price, cacli. ..... .$3,50 



LADll'.S' A.Vl.) C 



)KEN'S L'.XTKLMMl"!) HATS, 'Ui :^ale today Si, 50c and 25<^ 




Dress Goods and Dress- 
making a specialty. A 
large and expert staff. 



Thomson's 
ting Corsets. 



GIpVe Fit- 





1123, 1125 and 1127 Government Street 




1^1 operated .t,^ Naa^&bor fialt# the dtrri«^>Mng --:|^ th. sfeel l^be- 



t:amier/J^{vi883._^ 

m ■ ♦■ 



PROVINCIAL PRESS 



i I? 



l UllWI I IUI I l<lll«»lll III! I II I III ~~~^~ 



Everj 




Mrs. H. Glejlywn and her niece.^liaa 
Ethel Hurst from Norfolk Eng.. whoj 
are making an ■ e.vtensive tour of Can- 
ada are enjoying a short visit to this 

Cit.v. 



ing laid ,on the Kettle River Valley 
road, .\fter that will come the pros-j 
petous development a througli line'j 
will make possible in a region yf,! 
^ arifid and " rlclT ftaiural ^f«80«rces-— 
Columbian. 



Th'^TModel W*:, 
The province of British Columbia. MARINE REGU LATI'ONS 

islS^l\.i^ pSse^ri^S^^^^^^^ WERE BEING INFRINGED 

est credit, has several cities (not so - _ 

nmny, perhaps, as claimed Homer, biJt steamer Albion Was Carrying Explo- 
ncar It) each of which feels that it is gives and Passengers — Chippewa 
entitled .to beconie the hom? of. the Alleged to Have Been Racing 

nevsf colleg'e. . Btitiit'Ooiiimlssiou lia« ; . ^^ - — 

been appolntwl. consisting of pros}- SKATTI^K, August .'>. -Keriou.n in-, 
dents of other f'anadian universities, frlngements of the marine regulations 
The many friends of Mish Norahj^y select the site needed,/ and thks t:„n,.erning the currying of explosives 
L. Wilson will be pleased .to Iparn; y,,f,^n,i....i.^*. r.-in i.o .<riiiii(>H ni->t b-v the ..j. . ....-, ..„» i. lo ,>n«<roH .ii«- 

-iiperaJ 



Mr. ,1. H.UroQkes, manager of the 
Kaslo. Ijranch of the Rank of British 
N'optli -Vmerloa, has returned home, 
aftei- enjoying a fortnigTira holiday 

here. " "' ' 



1 JK- lu.iii.i w K-Mu.-i .M i..io.i .;...i....j jy select me sii« i>cvu»--u,> «»-"i* w...., i-<,ncernlng tha currying oi expiusiNeo 
L. Wilson will be pleased .to iparn; y,„^,ni88loh will be -guided, not bj- the ^-.^^ passengers are, It is alleged, dls- 
thatshe Is slowly recovering after, an, .,i|,hitions .or prejudices of any <wm- closed by the collision of the steamers 
operaiianL...-pef£i3jH BC d^ at ...St,„J[«agKhl9 , ,i,j n 1 1 y . but by thia' nesda a n d i:C;quir^r^ tiifpp cwtt and Atbttm Utt West Point. 

-ments of the situation Itself.' One The 'Albion wai^ tiearlng Four Mih 

.. ...1 .....1.. iW.. .,...^t <-.k luc^Uin will !i.Mk ri....i. ...u.... JX. ... l.jt tilf ..' In uicrnnlfu 




hoSiital *Mit wpek. 




At SIDNEY 



• ON- 



Saturday, August 13th 



yesterday froih the Queen Charlotte, 
islands where he has been a reside.it 
for the past three yeiirs. Mr. tlill TTi-^" 
lends Tspending a few days In the 
j clly^before-prpre^dlng onward. 

■ ••»■ 

j Mrs. R'. Erakine has returned honuj 
1 after several months' visit in the Ok- 
1 nnagan, her daughter. Mrs.. J. Fred. 
• SImmo.ns, of Vernon, aecompanlcd h(;r 

I to spend r holiday here. 

I , ■ ., « „ . ■ 

i Mrs. .7. B. McKllligan. Mr.s. William 

I .MeKilligan, of St. Paul, Minn,; Mrs. 

bovell, .Mlse l^ovell, Miss Katherlno 

Lovell and Mi.s» Jessie . McKllligan 

I were guests of Mrs. R. Powell at her 

lanip, E.squimalt lagoon yesterday. 



New Western Towns 
■Western. Canada In buildin 
,n a wholesale plan. The go 



1 pewa shook- herself free. 

yulek to see the possibility for sav- 

1 ,ng 4ife while the two vessels were 

ng towns j,e.i,, together by the forc6 of the col- 

veriinu\nt ,,^j,„, ..,,„, ,f Hurrv carter, of the Chll)- 

a 
to 



on a wholesale plan. The govi'rnnumt jj^j^jj ..^.^^j j^^^j. carter, of the Chip- 
(in(' railways Intend to lay piit atad p^wa. imniedlately~gavc orders' to rig i 
populate Z2;f) new towns within the y^^^n^f from the deck of the Albion U 
next eighteen months^ an average <« that of the -Chippewa, and over this the 
three new towns to bo placed oil tlib half-clad . and alhiost panic-stricken 
map of Canada every week. Over lf)W passengers — eight in number — and 

iif the crew clambered to 



of these Infant cities will be plucei 
along the line; of the C.rand , TrnnI 
Pacific. The «'. P. R. will build uj 



Worth $15.00 to $25.00 



SPLENDID PROGRAM 

I'ipcf 



r.aby Show 
-. Keels ■ 



HIK 



OF SPORTS 

1 Kra-'S llamls ScuUli 



Sword Dancing 



Special 'Train Scn,-irc 



Mi . P. l>. Mann. MK Donald Marin, 
Mr. and Mrs. .'\. D. MeRae, and Mr. 
Coulson,. returned yesterday from a 
motor trip t«J Alberni, and . proeeiu\ed 
tu Vancouver from Nanaimo to Join 
Mr -Mann. , 

^- • * ♦ 
.\mongs(t the many Seattle vriitor 
' . town are: .Mr. and .Mrs. li. Wat 
son. Mrs. H. I^lendersoii, Mr. and Mrn. 



Miss llllda 10. I'^astwood of fSaee 
, Ki'iks who has been> si)ending the j)tts( 
month with her aunt In -N'orth Van 
(aiiiTTT^rVt\irned to this I'ity ypsiter 
day and w-Ul proceed- to h. i- bMiiini 
home, Race Rocks, t"dn^, 



inember- 

safet.\ ., . ' . 

,, „ Thn I ..f giant powder filled ilie 

new towns .wherever there are ovef hold of the Albion at the time of the 
sixteen miles between existing sta- collision, and one of the ofllcers of the 
tions, while the C. N. R. has entered vessel Is quoted a.s saying thi.s niorn- 
into the. town-building .scheme,, too, ing that at the time she loft the dock 
and proposes to place at least 35 new she was so he.YH.v loaded with gaso- 
tV.\vns on the mip. These are not Hne, na.pt ha and o her high e.xplos ives 
Planned as boom towns, plotted and that it was almost i'lj^ss'^'le to pull 
ild to speculators, and then left to i" the- gang plank. ' '| ^;^^';^^'-S"' '' '^ 

f'T-le^^'^f^ i ''deln-uS' fiir s o '"^ onr'lhe'"h^S.;^^S^r'':rtt 
„nH berau^so there i.s .. demand "^r ,_ ^^„,, ,„ ,iit,.ct detianre of the laws 

I' une 1. regarding the hiinclllug of explosivuH. 

Passengers on the .Vlblon declare 

Thp New Trunk Road ihat thev had paid fares for their pas- 

liding oi the II. ,. iriink sage to Port Angeles. Officers on the 

id from the Inlei f. ili. east Albion and of the Port Angeles Brew- 

1 . ■...,.. .....-,. ....«, I coast nmrk« the opening up of tiio ing Company, -her owners deuiy Ihls^ 

. .Wlllituns and Messrs D. N. Kenrterty, ^,;l^„^] 1,0 y.nth ruad,..aiid trail. Tlie,.Tii.ej:_ ati±HiU JiQ.iVJiY-er_thfl.t._tt,Jia.d...ioiiK 

M. R. 'Mertoii, P. 11. (Jlltvor an, I y. I ,." ssltv of ' wkgon foads cak hardly] been their ura<'tlce to charge money 

- ■'■■ f »■?■; ■■■'r,' / ■ "TW'r„s'»i'.,s-;;;,r^cr,:„Tn,";,i. 

,h. farming world ^^''a »'^e railn.a.i is ^^^^^^ ^^.^, makhg strict investl- ! 

!,, the commenciaJ..,world,— Massct Re- ^^jj„„ „j j,:,}, feature of the accident 



On Sale 
Today 



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$12.00 



Allen & Co. 

FIT-REFORM 

1201 Government St. 





GET A PROGRAM Mi: 



THE PLEASANTEST PICNIC OF THE YEAR 



Viw Brunswick and lucsint opimsi- 
(ii.n leader in the LegJHlatiire of that , 
.sister pro^ ■ - speitfti^ig ■ th<». ■ we e k ( 

with friei Vancouver and Vic 



.Siivs Uie J>ad>t!mith ("iironu.lo edit- 
or la liy-; ' Th«^ Chr-onlele. extends, -co.n. - 

m-a tula tions to Mr. and Mrs. •«, D. -X. 
.Mclntyre. .Mr. Mclntyrc.jiatrr^been for 
.'several yo'ars . Iltor of the Col- 

onist amK-4he -..a inost esteem--. 

.•a ..■-.- -lady ■■• ■ (■"■.' '■ 



A New Et» F-or- Nicola -V:ali»y 
Tlie |.'->;inninK of construc/t ion work 



and have alrpady the sworn testlnioiiy 
of two. passengers that they hart paid 
fares' for the privilege of travelling on 
'hie Albion at the time- of the disaster, 
m. the Kettle River Valley! railway/ 'jhe Chippewa was returning fron) 
n'arka'a new-era for Nicola |vallfy-de-TBvefett \vheii:iJie_.4i(i«ldent occurred, 
Aelopment. Every form of/ business j,vhllc the Albion was on her way from 
iM-tivitv seems to be stinVulaied by sV'attle to .PocLJVPS'ffs. Immediate^-' 
the orospect of railwav /connection' before the chii>))ewa collided wilfr the 
with the Slmilkameen and,/ Okunaguil Albion the .tiuuud steamer Vashonlan, 
districts and possibly ovei^ the llope returning from Han loan Islands mir- 
Mom'\aln-s to the FraserUalley and. rowly ' escaped runhtng" the Albion 
111 particular the 



tidewater. In particular the trans^ 

■pmiiatian faciliMesto, the east and lh« 

west- to be provided liy the new r^fl- 

■wav will result TnnTTcT.'aBtd cual niln- 



down. 



Wealthy Man Kills Him«»lf. ,, 

,'l-,\SAI .-ifN.V, ' CHiii , .\iiT>f.-—?r.— Colin 



,, , T> . ■ -wav will result in im:n-H.av.-u luni 111...- . ....... ■..-.-. 

• ne\. Alfred Hail, ...niniiiiHioncT ior,<;;"- ,,„,.elooment in the agricultural s:tewart. builder and f.irmer owner uf 

Canada, and Mr. .1. S. Halle.v P^rt -^"(^ ' ^ ^ ' ^.j.ig ^ uf the llof.elMAryla.nd, founder of the Anna- 

ml.Hsionary h.ere. of the British and I ""'■', ""A-^u./r^ed bv the line and tri'- dale ui>lf clnf). and con.sldered one of 

foreign .Sftllor's- Society, of T.^om)«n. -f ^ f "^^^^^ "hu, of this i.ily, shot 

i.-,,,rn,„a left -foe A^anrOuVer bv ves- i '"'t'^ry to it "'*'">> '"\* 7'*^'"' "■,.."' „ .,(,,, ,,,ii.„| hlin.self todav. It is belieV- 



POTATOES 

The. Best oil 1 1 



POTATOES 



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SYLVESTER POULTRY SUPPLY HOUSE. 709 Yalcs St. 



.. , . •|'''*'"''"'V'7t T,t.inir inveailirated lirset-1 the wealfhle,-*! men of this city, shot 

l.:nKland. left for A^.ancouVer by Vcs- i ';>'t^>ry to 1 be ng Irm^m^ ^^,,,^^^.„. ,„^,.,^. j^ ^^ i,,.,;^,.- 

I u.rday.afK..rnoon'8 boat The iormn-, l^l'T ^l^l^ ^- ^ :r ■ u tTv ed that ill health wa.. responsible lor 
I ,„i his way homl., an,l th. Inti-r .,n a I"! ;^!,:^ '^jj "j 1 1^ .^^i ['!!;",!;;; llupe: The' tl>" ^^^ '• »« ^^'■- Stewart had be<.n nn 

tiontractors are 



hom», 
business tri)). 



.. • ,, 1 ,,iri(» iVhIe to sleep. .Mr. Stewart, whftraine 
."%-».- I contract.jrs are getllng theii ouUtts ^^^_^.^^ ^^^^^^^ ^^ ^.^,^,.y ^^^^ fj.,,^ Baltl- 

M, .„a Mrs !• IL Kyn^.u. ,M is«li,ready for the grficring and ^ •"""••''*';" more, Md., touk a trip to .he oil neld.H 

l.-,i,ih nrown Mr and Mr.s .\ Tl,i are called lor, Asthe Woikut '«>-„, -out Hakersllebl two weeks ago and 

k.l en n-^^nd Miss Muriel I.angleyl' stru<.tlon can be carried on through- ] ^,.„„ „ver.-ome by th.- • -heat. -. This 

^' ,e '^ Mince 'riova for H nearly the whole of the !,vl"'f'M.roughf on insoninio, which, accord- 

: 'UaUav; St^Xlni'^s one of the| season, the Nbob. valiey <-" j-k .^c.r- , „., to tHe physician., linaily drove him 

taoiiee.!. of the north, having erected[ ward to «, jear of good times, ^^hilc ,„ad. 



$100 Will Make $600 



In Our Syndicate To 
Handle a Sub-Dtvislon 
Property Near Van- 
cou ver. B. C. : : : 



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BRITISH AND CANADIAN 

ENSIGNS 

UNION JACKS, BUNTING.'ctc. 

LAUNCH FLAG POLES. SOCKETS AND 

HALLIARDS 



E. B. Marvin & Co. 



Tli^'Stiibchandlers 



120^ Wharf Street 



NEWS OF THE CITY ; 

i Unitarian Servict 

I At the U4iHarian Hcrvice tomorr.u\v 
[ e"cMinix~T<r. ' P'l'i^tlerick U. Toilil \\i\l 
j jflvi.' ail ;ulUres.s nn "The M.tvlerlalisl 
: « 'i^nrt'iitl'Mi i)t' Hlsjtory." 

^ TrolUy Party 

I 'f'lio l.Mili.-s' Aid' S(>»-iiH.v ..f First 
I'ljiijKrcKitti'Mirtl cluircli Imvc; arruiiKod 
lor u triklliw party. on the ohservutluiv 

; tar on Tufsdal-' tvcninir, \Oth insi. 

Letttr For Mi«t ^arl 

i If .\I)ns. l-aura lOuii \\ill lall al tlif" 
--+»HttvifH-wtt iKr+iri- iilTii'O lU "Victoria shf 
• will rf'(-ptvo a lettrr flcidfvfst'tJ lu her 

iruui .Tor"iU'i, 



C 



THE WEATHER 

^ Motcorolofflcal off Ice; - Vii:lui'lu, U. 

!ttl N 1). 111., AUKual .■■), liflU: 

SVNUl'SUS. 

I'Miu- w';iliii \v.. alhcr ' conditions lilivi; 

|H\i\uih>d over Uu- Aurtli' I'licUlC bIoiik 

llu; I tin I PC rut lilt! ri-HL'liln|j _ lUl ut Itcd 

Bluff, Cut. 'i'hc prL-Bsyru uas'Tjeen. liljih- 

cdl.oll liic cuu«l wnii- lliodLliUc lu ircsli 
Huntliiirly whi.Us. Ku«t .»1' Uie itucUlcs 
iliuiidcrstiiniis unU luliil'uH liiivt) o<.- 
iMirjfd in Alljerta'.aiiU- Mittkn.iohewkiiiV 
I Ik. WKailici; livuiji ilnf^' la Manllobu-uml 
.luiiipcruiurt'" I'ii'nginK tf-ofn li I lii r"HrHin\v 
lo M> ill lvirnneao»a, 

TlOMl'li.HATUitK 

^.. :_...„...._■ Ml, 




I 



Now Apartment Planneri 

I'laiis liaAc been uwardi'd U-> Air, ':V\-7 
RcS'-lTfort by a local syndicate tor. tln- 
iTwtion iif a lai^g-e nv>'"'t">P»t hlDclc 
on the south east corner of N'aiicouvcr 
and I'omto .strpot.«<. It i.x tlif' intr-ntlon 
of the syndicate to start consirucliLiu 
work "as .soon a.'^ V"^i'''^"'lf- 









Select Your Sunday Needs Here 



Our lino of FruJl comprise?* evcrA'thi«p- in scas'n. a! pih 
tliai uiH Mil! all piirscs. W ^ alsio have, all" kinds <'t \t- 
tables — i rcsh fr om i1k farm, 

EXTRA SPECIAL— GOLDEN DROP^SUGAR PLUMS. 
per crate .•: ^1.00 

Sweet "Sugar Corn, per tkizcn . •. . --• • -250 

Jelly Powders, 4 packets'for . . . c 25c 

Lirne Juice, per liotlle . . . • -^ • ...>.....■.•.'•.•• • • ■ • • • •.•.15^ 
Fresh Mushrooms, "peT irasket^^ y . . ♦ . < *>• * * • ■ ■ - » . , . . . ■-• -^o<^ 
Chicken Tamales, "eacITT'r^?^^- • • ' • • 



«1 • Ik 4 V :« « •«.«»•* ft- ■♦■ •■ •' *UC 



H. OrKlRKHAM. GROCER 



Corner Fort and Douglas- Streets 



Pl^inc 178 



Christian Scicnca ' 

Rogular ser\'1ce8 are lieIU in the' 
i"liriat)an SHtnK'*^ chwebi 9:15 Pandora 
huef't, Sunday mornhiBs' at 11 oVlocU,' 
and- -testimony meeUngs, .WVdncBiluy 
I'Vonlnffs at S fVctoclf. ■ StiHijJect 
Aupuat Tth, "Spirit." All arc 
conic. 



Vlotorift ....,,.. . 63 

v^ivoiuHi' . . -•; 

Xi w W'cBtniiiiBter .,....'. 1 

■KutrrtDDpBr.-:.-, . . .' ,. '" 

UurkcrvlH.' 
i I'rhicc Kuini 1 

Caluury, Attn - . M* 

WinniiH'g, Man. •. . . ^^' 

i'oi Lliind, ...Uttt.™!,^.;.^ •- 

Sau I'lynclsoo, Cal. .. ■ ' 

FOJRECASIl'S 

i.or -M -hours irom 5 • u. (.radllu : 
Tliilej ..Saturday: _ . _^ ! 

Victoria and yiclnlty: MuUoiate 
fresh aoutlnirly windw, jft'in^rttliy 
f^,.j Willi slatUitiury liri' > 



DRESS 
GOODS 



l-or iiMf wcekvww aro offoriiiK 
fahoy iwreds, 'I'lahis atul luHtr*H, 
rcsular lOcand"" SDc gh'ode for 
I irr ' yard 2§c 

I nirlns August we shall (•■m- 
limic to spll all w.hlte' hlouaos' at 

g-ri/afty redufieitl j*rlce8. 

. ' , t- ' . 

Rnmplfi curtain cnd.s a iii'iiii- 
rU qi'iantity^ttt each ^Sc and 35c 



to 
fail 



tin; WiX 



Resigns Position 

IS.-' J. Collins, cnii'loywl in 
<rTv61n^l'*» departmrntp -has- - iiesiftwed ; Mt-n tr -. 
hlB T>08ltloTi. and -vvHl leave shortly for ^ yunslii 
I'rlnce Rupert, where he^ ha.«i acceptcdi 
a position with the G. T. l*. | -^^-^^^ 



w 1 nils. , f air ~auii wann, 

III;;; • -i 
.J .rnvcs-i 



G. A. Richardson iSt Co. 



Victoria Houto 636 Yatas St, 



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^'•m^mm mmmtu.-v. i -i 



A HIGH GRADE WATCH 
AT A MODERATE PRICE 



We carry an e.\eo])li(mHlly'|;'<)()(l waleli. niiulc espcgiully f^r 
ii'^' TiT"Ku-itzerlan<i. llie linnie of tlie world's j^rcale^t watch- 
maker^ 

< hir^uarantec is our name, wliieli you will obscrH'r on llic 
dial ami movement. 

I'rices 111 >il\er or fine goM filled ea--es up from !|I10.00- 
111 soliil gold; ui> from $50.00. 



REDFERN & SONS 

1009 Government Street Victoria, B.C. 



iiinoili'M. 



Will Present Resolutions, 
i i„.,, ihc riaiiroi oWhr lion. Thoinas I 
I'uylor, minister of. i>ublic works to j 
\'ictoria a diM'utnth.m of the Vi^ncou- | 
; \ cr island l:>rvol<>i»ment. Tveaguc . will ■ 
j wait. upon him and iirescnt a number 
I of rosoUuions recently passed by that 
f-*4rganiy.atlon. The resolutions deal 
with U»d-<iU>arlnn, F'>ad.«< ana~"Walls, ' 
and lh(- Uuttles Uake I'arlt reserve. j 



THr m Mwwj- A w^r\ Japanese Fancy 

™^ MIKADO Goods 

BAZAAR 



Special .sale for iiamboo Blind, 
S.iS, $l.'-'5, and 6x1 75c. 

1404 Gov't St. Cor. Johnson 



Foijest Fires Dying Out 

-•VecorditiR tu advitie.'S from lyootenay 

MS to the lire .Mltuatlon. the dahgw to 

liropprly still .ontlnnes -little or no 

r:iin ii;.i.inir iViH.ii At Howser the llr<'8 

■ th' mph ' m u eht lm- 

■;,, ... yed. little personal 

loss h'a.s been occaslrthc-d. "Land clear- 
ing ha.s Imen proven responsible for 
the origination of the nre, In this lo- 
cality. Klres at VJonnington Kall.s. Klre 
Valley and Port Rico are demanding 
Ihif'atteiitlon of ail available men 
\\hum Government AKCnt Teetzel rould 
.nlint at .Xel-^on. In all twenty-six 
bridRt'^s ' were dentroyed oh the line' of 
tlie Ka.slo and Slocan ^railway between 
Sandon and Sproiile, not one wooden 
structure of any sort remaining along 
what wa.» once the railway line. Here 

'on the Isiland. the biR fire which men- 

I !•■ proi"?rty of thet'obblo Hill 

Mi •miiany has tieen made an end 

of, the lumber and bulldinjcs being sav- 

ieri after a .iharp fifrht. The ttrp on Salt 

I Spring i»lan<l i'- reported well 

; under control. 



Beauty and Wear 

Knives, forks, spoons, elc, 
cf exclusive design and fine 
wearing qualify are stamped 

'M ROGERS Bros: 

This mark on silver plate is a 
guide to quality recognized every- 
where as the world's standard. 

B«ffc»i«(s. dhhvs. waifers, 

tic, are cUrnptd 
MERIDEN BRITA CO. 

C ' H!i "Silfer Plate thai Wears ' 



\ i If i Xi res I A 1 v\- a y s CI e a n 
riu- Safest; No l)u^tv'Can5 



minini.a i — 



JAS. LEIGH & SONS 

I limh?r Wholesale and 

^""'"^ Retail 

Mills 1 Lumber 

Fool of Lath 

Turner Street Shingles 

Victoria, B.C. j Bill 5!uf( 

and nianufaciurers of all kirda of 
Isash, Kactory • and rianlng JJUl 
Goods. 



BOTTLED MILr 

From the 

Victoria . Creamery & 
MilK Supply Co. 

i )t\-d(M- in 

lincst Ice -Cr eam, Cr .eani, 
.Milk, Buttermilk au4 Byttcr 

Phone' 1344 ^ 



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Latest Importations From China 

Uadles' ami Gentii' slllt underwear. 
Koft, warm, iiciil and llKlit; ;;enia' py- 
janiae In beautiful HtrlDfied allk. The 
ueweat styles of beautiful embroidered 
ptlk klmona.'s. Nothlnjc more beautiful.' 
Th» loveliest silli: embroidered doyUes 
tver aliown. 

QUOHrO MJ1I», rXTNO ft CO. 
p. O. Box 38. 17 1.". GovfvriKnor.t .Int. 



ItieJaroHJoaliiij 




I el. loi big Fort Street 

S( (• \ '< \lKHit-Y-mtr- 

Picnic Basket 

UC ,suppl\ cveryVhing 

ssary-^Dishcs, Silver, 

.Meats!, S a .la d ?, .Pastry, 

t 'akcs, 0.110^013,1^^ I 

<)nr fhvn Ice Cr.eam, mane 

t rom "Pure Cream Only." 

I )eli\ ereil. 



CLAY'S 



MAY MOTOR VICTORIA 

,. TO CAPE SCOTT 

t 
Hon. Thomas Taylor Says the New 
Road Will .Make This Possible 
in Two Years Time.. 

— TWItfnir'^'Wtfh a Nanalii.v> reporter 

I upon hl» return to the i.oal t'lty from 

.\lbernl. Hon. Thomas Taylor, . pro- 

\ viuci.il minister of work.^, said with 

I rc.-in' t to road conditions on Vnn- 

; < (Hivcr island more pUitU ula rly, that 

Road Superintendent Wood and Mr 

\V. lluywtrrd-,— MrIM'. f'>r Oowlchan. 

had strongly urged the desirability of 

the government taking over the trunk 

I'oad from Victoria north and It.'; ciSn- 

Unuanee through to the r;xtreme north 

end of .the island. This the KQ.vc.ruj; 

i ment had- d'.'eided to do. - 

1 '"'Vou may say, "added' Hon. Mr. 

; piylor, "that within two years one 

j uili be* able to step Into hi- ■. ..1.. ...... 

I bile 4ir. Atiutoria atid^_cuj 

! through to ('ujie Scott. Tij. 
! all the new i.ortion of Jt, will lie bui|t' 
: antl maintained by the goyernmt;nt 
ajad w ill, \be -visual to any high.way 011 
: the ratific roast, for surfaoe, grad- 
• : ivd si-enic charm." ' 
1 . .N'analmo Dally Herald, alb«it 
politically, concludes Its interview 
with th^ works minister tay lhu« pav- 
I ing him deserved compliment: 
I "Mr._THylor H. vastly Inlen 
] the .subject of good roads. It is :u.»> 
I specialt>-,, and he hatt, shu'C he us- 
suiu<'d charge of the Department "'" 
Public Works, ^ made great. Irnpr' ) 
meats in e\ery part of the proving, 
and now the Islarul and Its roads I.m ' 
cohiing Into' its own. WIthall, 11 is 
i only fair to, add that Mr. Taylor 
; a most progressive tnan, a credit I ■ 
the government of which he' is a inem- 1 
I ber. ami a mriii that looks 1 lo>:n!y 
, iil (■ -s ileiiaf ■ ■ 

■ :ni I'o depended tipon" la an r.\- 

i''Htii!Mi \\e all yk(' io hear, and 

I when It Is tiaed , In coniiei Hon wMx 

! ('hamberlaln's t'oMc. 'iu)lera iinrl 

I Diarrhoea Remedy it means thai 

nover falls to cure diarrhoe'a. dy.--' i 
I ter vel com)»lalnt.s. It Is pl^a.s- 

; am <• ami euually VHlualile for 

i (ilil<1lcil..i,i,i)d adnlls. Sm|,| In all i|.;i! 




, SEE THE 

Flower 
Show 



'i'ablf .Nri 1 he<iM.ii'Mi-' i^ -r 
1'Mowiers in vSolid Silver, Sil 
vcr Plate. C'nt;.()las». ilaibl 
Fainted China. Karnak 
i'.,ra--. ete. 

Come In Today 



To Furnish Your 
Office 



^^ rri .Lud * ' 'I I ecil} lucaii'^ 

M to come to us. W ■ 

. ! ' ■ ■. ' meeiv al»lc 

;ieie .iiiat ,i;"cs lu inak^ 

the moderiT f>ffice. 



BAXTER & JOHNSON 

COMPANY. LTD. 

;-jr Yates St. Phone 730 



AUTOMOBILE BARGAIN 



W c hdve for .sal e at a 'Barg^ain, One Special l'''iilt 15 to 

20 Horse Power Clement Talbot 2-SfateT, .fitted up complete 

with ':(V>p, H^ad-L ampa. Si4e- and Tail-Lamps. -1^^^^^ c uraiiai 

aecuifuiTItbr: Ignition, jiare Tire and Rim. This ca r w as" 

specially built for liJZ. roads, and cost over 5^4, 000, now $1^500, 

•'or unit exchange for Real Estate. . .. 



THOS. PLIMLEY 

1110 Government St. opposite speBcer-s Victoria, B. C. 



W. H. Wilkerson 

Ihc jeweler 
915 GOVERNMENT ST. 



Tel. I'V'f 



«-^« ♦-♦ «•*.»* »•-»- » » • • •-• ■» ♦-• • -• •■ ♦ ♦ 



To Our Customers 



W> are now locates! at the curner 
jXtJt>o^'gi^^^"' ^ Ba y- st rer t w . wh^rp ."we 
V:\U be pl<>ase(l to ri'celvejle/iosi.ts.antl 
carry on a general blinking . buslhesH 
as heretofore conducted at 2624 Doug- 
las Btreet. 

THE Canadian bank of com- 
merce 

(North Victoria Branch) ' 

H. n. ,.F.F,.\»"!''"^' M;mager.. 



FOR 
SALE 

.SOME GO.OI) TK \CT.< 
OF CROWN GRANT 

■ AX]) l.ICENSK 
XUIBER 

\\^ i: 1.1/ smJ^XMrzz: 

Fori George 

I can offer some g/jod 
aqreage, aboitt $j/j. miU'^ 
sonthwest of the townsit*. 

Fi eld iiofc s niay bcsecn 
on appHGfttion. 

t'ricc SpS • per acre 
Subject JO prior sale 



— 1 . M. G. A. 

Temporary Quarters, 120 9 Blan chard St. 

NEXT TO NEW BUILPING. UNDER CONSTRUCTION 

I^eading and Came Rooms — Hot aiul Cold ,Sho\\;cr^ Batlis-— 
Men's and Boy's Summer Camps— Summer Membership 

50c per month 



IF YOU WANT A GOOD HOME 

At a low figuro and on easy term.s .-^ec new slx-rooni iioiipo. situated on 
Havlo slt'^et, near Kurt, street. Concrete foundation, double lloor and 
.walls; oak maiU'i. cilar floored, nuidcrn cojn cnb m . -, etc 

MOORE & WHITTINGTON. 865 Yates Si. 



If 



thm TUmmift, Saab, Soon, and &U WUmAm t BaUaiay Xat«tl«l« ■•-«• 

The Taylor Mill Co. 

Mxiltad ZitaMUtr. 
Vtn. Offlea an<l Tap«8: 1118 Oovcmment St.. P. O. Box att. Telephone Sit . 



♦ 

♦ 
♦ 



MT* TOLMIE 



Sand & ISravel 



Screened and Graded 



Ernest Brammer 

Tel. 2095 J 
Office 644 Fort Street 



♦ 
* 



TI;c niiegt material lo us« for 

all kln^s of concrete and 

building work 

DellverlOa made to any part of 

the city In any Quantity. 

, Get our prices' 



I'Mll 






Hall r.aih'n 

For Sale by All L.eadmy 
Grocers 




OUR PLUMBING WORK RES:i:S-. 



• 'i-r ■^n -th-oe<>ws^T: i'f n* n<*' tf'g''' 'nf~t tiw work 
Old upon wr.nile to dtvour, beat with 

• very ord^ w6 lirideri^ake. ' •' , 

WHEN we ESTIMATE- 



M.eiary'n fa'tfiol^us Ste-elBanffCi and 
HcatiuK Btove.s HtClarUe & Pearson's 
131," Wharf .-^trect, near Johii'-'i' 
Htreei, vicmrla. * 

.... ♦-.,■ 

Uraylight Service to Seattle in h 
Iroqiioi". ]ea\ln(f !i a. ,m. daily, c.\. cpt 
.•^iiiiday. from Vlciorl.-i" Dock (..'o'a wbarl 

)ifX( Pr.Sl (trill. '• ■ I 



• ' 'iaiiKliis; .\our old hath- 

iHdaoine, sanitary one 
1. t'ull.. be isurprised to And that, our 
iig-ures will not exceed those, of any, 
lhrui«lu~JLtux~ — wark m admittedly 
fuperlor. . ,-..■. ; 



■'ifj .., , I. 
.stt-anicrs of 
wcrkiy. c'h- 
1. 



around the 



.\h. 



<'o., $alUnK 
rate. Ph<mc 



unsr one of those 

Ife,, the ■ CJulf IP- 
^ 1 1 irdaqv'S' and 
|y .'i nd steamer 

15ftMV,''''r the round 
ir.ic beautiful 
lllVst.'^, 



KIOKP 01 Mil. >)| 
dellj?htfnl trip-' ;< ti 
land's; W«?tiTH^day 
.Sundays V. <ft , S.,_ '| 
JroiiuolB. Kxcursloji 
trip. Don't fall to 
svuery, while, the i^'.'!*'' 

8ojT!.e,..S;!nfling, At the ||h Alia, fi.p Theatre 
The Washington '»«« \^'h': " 

has been slnghiR to btliii),. 1 !vr'( W%i9es 
the Romano ■ theatrojl iljl |('! 1 ,iiii^,,_t 
i-tnecka.v.aar-eli'-::ia.a{lO-&.-V vili.?' |l'- •''■■ fi<i''-''' ■ '»■ i 
securlnK. M.r. Krnest. lHiv|(| 1 'k'v Ur^t ; 



FOR YOIR FOWLS 



."^funetiiinj.;' nc\s ainl fri'iii 
.1 good j-ccipe • in fa 



•,''i;nr'imeeM reeipc. 



( ii 



Dry Hopper Food 

your nei.yiii.'or ai'oiii 
e has heard of it if 

N •■; I ' . ■ . 1 10 1. 



Bannerman & Home 



Broad and j'.dins' 



.'11 



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LINEHAM SCOTT SAND 
AND GRAVEL CO. 

Office: 633 Yates St. 

Phones: MBr.'s residence, 21D3; 
Msin Office. 664; Pits; L,-1851. 



bass. The other voices a 
melodious and It only ri'l'il 
dltlon.of Mr. fetch's r\M 
vojep_jo bring out a perrin 



The (pinrtetto will be heahi 
ly seloiied numlM'rs du^rlnJCf 
Rai^eme.r:(t In this city. Th** iijii^AnVn^ifffi-": 

ment ofy/the' Romsno' ,theatrt!'jjl|||'iJ|(> ijl^fji 
i''.)mpllni''''"i''i I' " ■"''"■' 



■!. |il,'l.Wi«\and 

""'■do!lii%d- 

li:'|l'Vn.',n.c 

ihklWft'^.' 




For Your 
Eye's Sake! 



.rt liu- •' ii reii 1 1 .,, ■ 

; ';■ ' le \ l-ii ill. 



To Contractors 
and Builders 

JOISTS 

U',- Jiftve In Ht.i.-k the follow.''^" 
Scotch St: -^-:— 

15X5x42. 

12x5x32. — 

6x3x11. 

Immediate delivery- or shipment 
as dcsirad. 



VicloriafflacfiineryOepoi 



J. H. LePAGE 

EYKSICJHT SPECIAI.-IST 

P. 0. Box 22s 
Government St. Victoria 



Aiii.'i.l!''! SIi'.iMiK-iu oi 

Centaur Wlieels 

1 lave J : ■ '1 ivcd 

- .\T - 

Harris & Smith 

1220 Broad Street 
•Phone L183 




The Colbert Plumbing & 
Heating Co., Ltd. 

755 Broufhton Street Phone &oJ 



erA. 

temper Im 
ord(>rc(l lt^'_ 
Iain's Htoihi 
can impr<iv( 



Excellent \ 
l.adi.'.'f I'in.' Ij 
.sr-nmlefla Icet 
;.'r>c H pHlr- H 
^ atop '•treet 



■ins: tlipW-"'^lvi|it»-' 

_^jlji|t'n 

taexhrn as welF'W 




Amern an and (!«nacli«n ScirnliBU tril uii thr 
common hou»e fiy Is fh« cnusr. of more di»c»»e 
»nd ciralh than Bny other ngency. 

WILSON'S 

ilyPads 

kill all tijjr. flics and the disease 
^ I j5;*;rms too. 



Voice Production and. Singing. 

Paul Kdmonds, barltojie vocalist and 
lirofessor of slnKliiK from lyonibm, 
KnPland (piin<ipal tiarltone with Mad 
ame Tcha-/,/.in( im lo'c "lli'-itlsh turn. 
Uinro arrives In Victoria on or about 
.NuRMSt Ifith arid will accept pupils for 
\'olce priid)iition and slnplnK. Further 
particulars win be dtily fidvertised. • 



See Our Bargains 
Today 

• .i.irri'ule '■" 

bai'KaiM i-m. ■ • ■ ; ■ i^ 1 .1 ■ 

todfiy. 

Bherlffi Jellle». :; r..i aSo 

Bee Jelly Fowders, 1 f r aSo 

B. C. Cream, ;' f.ir . 36o 

TODAT'S SPKCIALS 

Taylor's Soap Powder, tjcr ^ 

Pte8.h Soda »laoult. r'r-r im. 9Sc 



Daylight 8i>rvice to Saattia l»y ^.- p, 

Ir<ii|iioi8, leaving: ;» a. m. dally, except 
Siuiday, rrom Victoria Dock ( "o's wharf 
next Post Office. 



W 



Smoke has no 
effect upoiv 
Nalthoid Roofii\j{ 

Sulphur fume* around smelting 

plants, cat up a metal roof in 
•hort order, and very few othcf 
matcriajj can withstand the at* 
tack. M;ilthoid Roofing doca 
the husiiiess. Engineer* and 
ov^'ncrs o\' propcrt>' jn- district* 
affected by these fumes will fjave 
money by looking carefully into 
the mcrit.i of MaUhoid. Write, 
for ipccial booklet. 

R. ANGUS 
Agent Wharf St., Victorif 

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A. Pool, Grocery 



«23 Taieit 'i^t, 



IMionc 4 IS. 



ilil l i jl j|iiili»iiiiiiai<illl j <fWaiMili l M 'i i; ;y il,a^ 



5 k iHMWi* 
MM 



New supply of funeral numbfrs of 
the Sphere. Illustrateil London Newa 
and Uraphic, just received by the Vic- 
toria Book and Btatlonery Co. Ltd. 
rhp.>?e are all out of print In Bnfland 
now. ■ 



The Empire Typewriter !s the 
cheapest and li.-)est rnaehine of the day. 
\ Ictorla Book & Statlonpry Co., Llinit- 
fftl:" agentK. * 



The CanadiAn Who's Who, publi-iKbd 
by the I>ondoh Times, on »ule at Vltf*" 
tofFa Book & JBtatlonery Co,^,l,lli^ltod. • 



Rattan and Sea 
Grass Gbairi- 



- i}V Kn..i!l,ia+»cR- and sizes and at 
the Jo,>y.est' prices. Very small 
oni^s for the •younGJJttirs" 



Lee Dye & Co. 

Kett to FIr« Hall 
Cormorant St. and 7o7 Fort St 



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i i i | i, . i . i . p; iii|i w - "i;i;^nii;i' 'i tjg;fiy}« i >?y ^ 



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Saturday, August fl, 1915 




VICTORIA DAILY Ci^^ONXST 



HINDUS ON BRINY 

WHEN COIJRT OPE'NED 



Sundar Singh, Wbo Had. Wr#t 
H about Corpus Issued, Incsnssd 
Because Captain Disobeyed 



of 



This time of the year. All the best l)ran(ls are'stock- 
ed by us— those recognized by connoisseurs as a 
glorious triumph of the brewers' art. In these good, 
wholesome brews it is a question of "proi^ecageing— ^' 
qlialitTvr^'IN'ot how (|uick, but how' thorough. Not 
how cheap, but how good. 

_i FIKE OLD PORT AND SHERRY A 

SPECIALITY 



Pjeased to have you lelephoue ><-ur order. 
delivery .svstem is perfect. 



Our 



.^ 



CAPITAL CITY WINE CO. 



Tel. 1974 



1327 Douglas Street 



Cor. Johnson- 



Sundar Sln^h. a Hliulu doctor, Is in- 
<:ons«Hl because of the deiuirlure of the 
steamer Awa Maru bearlnK away IH- 
tocn of hi*' i-onujatrlots toward llie 
hilUs of the r»uujaub, as told yeHtorday, 
hi tlm face of an ord<?r iaaued by .ludse 
l^ampman, cornnmuilhiK Cai»t. lahikawa 
of the Japanese liner to produce the 
rtfteen Indians in court yesterday 
niorninK to show Why they should be 
detained On hlii vessel. ThebrO>-n men 
wei-e "rteported from .'^ea.ttle Ij\- the 
IJnlted States immiKTalion autlu)rllle8. 
Wl^en the doctor and hid eour^sel aii- 
pcar(-d yesterday morning tlitj lil'le/fen 
Hindus were far away on the liigh 
aea.s. There wa.s a queation wheUier 
Judge T>ain])man liad jurl-jdiotjOB. lnjly« 
case. , " 



l)Un 



POilCE CHIEFS HERE 

) 

City Entertains Delegates to Recent 
Vancouver Convention ^_ 



Open 8 a.m. t o .10 p.m. tlaily. 

tablFcovers 

Prawn Work or Embroidery 
$1.00 and Up 



■These are exclui?.ive pr 




Vlj:totj.a was well policed iaat even- 
ingT "in fact, never before In the his- 
tory of the. city has there been so many 
guardians of the peace assembled luro 
as was the case when the Prlncesa 
("harlottp arrlv<?il in the cky with a 
eonilngent of the delegates to the an- 
nual nioetiuK of the Chief Constables 
of Mie LV»minion. held recently at Van- 
couver. Chief Langley represented 
victoria at the convention, and after 
tde sessions wfire ended he invited the 
delegates to visit Victoria the Beautl- 
rul. The invitation was acx'epted hy 
all the delegatus vviio iiad- the time at 
their disposal, and t hfey arrived last 
j evenioK. After an atito drive around 
I the city, a trip whieli charmed the 
\ vlgltors! they were entertained by tha 
I city at- a baiuiuet at the Kmprt^WJ Wotel 

i last: eVCntr^rr PoHee--Goran»isaltVHe«'- 

i Leonard Talt presided and welcomed 
iLhe gue.st.a. —lie — X curig a n tl — Mayor 
I .Morley ivere also present, jmd extended 
a hearty welcome. Inspector Stark, of 
the. Toronto police tozs&, who has 
I gained the enviable reputation of be- 
1 Ing the best police olflcer in the Do- 
minion, save an address on the wor k 
of the Association and the paroI»< sys- 
tem as It Is in force in the Dominion. 
Amonp the visitors are the chiefs of 
the police departments of St. John's. 
.N.B., Quebec, Alontreal, Niagara. Tor- 
onto, and In fact ..■.•••!> impnrtant elty 
in the Dominion. 



adian side, I only oallwd upon hUn twice 
at the Munyon ofXlce, for we conflicted 
over the matter of price. AH 1 rpcoUect 
of lilMi i.s that he was not very tall, wore 
a brown beavd, and was neltlier a very 
liaiidsome nor a very hcMillliy-looklnB 
specimen of humivnUy- 1 ">et his wife 
once and was told she had been an act- 
itssa. ahe was rather a large womah and 
good-looliiuK, hut somewhat "stAgey," 
very Kenial la manner and wore * pro- 
fusion of Jewelry, althoUKti It Was In the 

daytime. 

When "evidence a-gainHt this man IS so 
loitibly.slri'ing and every Itilelllgent per- 
son must see that If he is ' not a base, 
depraved Oreature— ft genuine •■degener- 
mo"— he is an exceedingly bad man, 1 
lannol for the life of me Imagine how he 
can be the recipient of 41>ese utvsoliclted 
demonslralloiiK of sympathy and esteem. 
My bouiiuet foi^ Dr. t."rlpr>en (.whether or 
not he is the same person I j-emember 
set-uig twice In Toronto) wo\ild take lliti 
form of a irod for his back and n noose 
for his neck. , NOHA l.AUGlllOK. 

AlfaU*. 

Sir -Hefciring to y(jvir Inciulry aliout 
the growing of alfalfa. I have a sinall 
I,l(.t which -1 have just been examining 
for your benefit. The older plants (3 
year.s) h^ve sent up from 60 to (50 
shoots, whlc.li^aiave been ln\blQom .^nd 
n which somtr-'ot- the Trpo.djr-tcre--fiow 
almost ripe (1 mean to savfi these.) 

Two-ye4irr0.Kl plants have a lesser 
number of shoots neafly fts long, whilst 
hist year's are abO/Ut IS Inches high, 
with one. two and IhroEnrrioots. 



Last year for expirlmi'iit "l cut before 
blooms were fully open and obtained 
three cuttings. I coubl.. haye. ohtaiiu.d 
fo m-, but d id not wain t" rl^k ilio \ i- 
talltv of the .plants. 

This year I put In more seed, hut 1 
fear that owing to the protracted 
drought It may prove a failure. The 
soil is black mlx«d with clamslu'll for 
about.16 inches, below this sandy loam 
overlyins grkVM and sandy loam mixed 
to an. unknown' depth.. The vooXs at 



MISSION STEAMER 

IS DEDICATED 



Interesting Ceremonies on Board New 

Vessel Built for Coast Mission 

Work 



Red Jacket 



"So Easy to Fix" 




l;r(k.(l utth. flags fro>n stem to 
stern, the new hospital steamer Co- 
iuinbia of the Columbia i'oast Mis- 
sion was dedicated hy-tlie Bishop of 
Columbia yesterday afternoon at the 
G. T. P. pier. Over 300 persons gath- 
ering upon the wharf to witness ' the 
ct-rcmony. There was a full repre- 
senlatian of tlie clergy and choirs, of 
the city in honor of the occasloiii At 
the conclusion of the ccrembny. 
$li)9.:?5 was donated by the 



the crown aie about two Inches In dlani- 
^eter. Near ijanges ITurbor I saw a 
field that had grown alfalfa just after 
Trhair-t(e''n plowed up.. -The roots were 
exposed,- were at the cfowh», lictw.-en 
X and 2 Inches tnTeRTand were hra:ncTied 
heavily. KvldentJy these must have 
been strong plants. Soil red samly 
loam, proh&l4y' with bouldei — clay or 
rock foundation. Alfalfa sown In fall 
is liable to leaf and winter kill, sown 
about April and given clean cultivation 
Should succeed If soil does not dry out 
too much In a flpetl Hite the present. I 
am about to test home grown seed 
against an excellent Hampie jtfiCfilyed 
from Messrs. Tlrackman & !<er with a 
vieiw to learning If climatic Influences 
have anv effect on the crop. 

since 'land Is being divided into small 
ploi!» now aro»m(V Victoria, and as al- 
ia Ua ha« had a f'-edlng value about 
ciioal to bran, and Is an admirable mllk- 
produclng food, you are doing a good 
turn to the small landholders In your 
vicinity by calling their' attention to 
this crop, for sake of the family cow. 
It Is also excellent for poultry. I am 
not restricted for land and so have 
found red clover fulfils my requlre- 
i ments. but 1 mean to grow altatfaon 
I a large scale as soon as possible. 
W J, U HAMILTON. 
s.nth Salt Spring. B. C. 



onnalse Next day Jim an' •» went tae 
a plao* they ca'ed Slnt Clao. wi" we stay- 
ed twa days. Jim liked the quiet. An' 
it certainly wis retired Ilk*? wl', naetliln' 
lae rouse us in tlVe Pforntn' but fliffjshriH 
carrion o" the chandelier! Jim wis" fair 
daft aboot the buUdin's, an' says he'.s 
gaun tae hae yln o' thae spinal stalrceses 
in the oxygen tower o' oor new hoose. 
Jfifter we jfO back tae gay I'aree Jim 
bocht me a fine new fur coat, a' trimmed 
wl' vermin.,, as ^veel as a pair u' shoes 
made oot o' blase kid. I tbocht that wlieii 
Jim got back lae this side ho wld be 
fair . scunnert wl' trtflv.ellln'. Hut hu 
cam' oot west at ylnae. baeln' mlnln' lii- 
triwts In Veevady. Uut I curma bide 
that palrt .0' th' warl. It's sae- moiiu- 
tonlous! Why, there's naethln" that'll 
grow In Neavady but that alpaca graas,, 
an' they even hac lae irrllale the Ian' 
for tae get that! " 

At this point Mary. near felnllt frue 
want o 'wund, an' the waiter gled lieie a 
S^Ihss o' lea as an' air restorer. Jiist 
then Jlin ciuu' bon, a wee bit wl/em-il 
sklnnymallnk o' a man, wf a gey dis- 
conleiitlt look, an'_J!i.l_ary___recovercd. 

Malsler Vedltor, 1 micht add that -fi' 
I hey fuulc bed a maist weurit look oti 
their faces, an' I couldna' help thliiUlri' 
o' yln o' riia freens In the States, whu 
writes every month In a woe brpor\ 
paper covered magazine. Ylnco he said, 
•^Jod l"?lp ttis, rieh; the pwlr- can WaPfer-?. 
Kin"' o 'plntlt, dlv ye no think? 

Meanwhile, hooever, the Mi'Morley had 
feenished bl.s de.nner, and. had" iWioc.hed 
the »t;eventy-twa cents he got back ooton 
a fifty dollar bill. As I sahl guld bye, ] 
couldna help remarkln' that rlclit here 
in oor island o' Viincouver we hae a' 
thing tae satisfy the malst pernh-klly 
liinmer that the guldTord ever i)lt llclu.'< 
Inlll. We hne a lovely island that nno 
scn.'^ible an^?l wkl want lae fill frae, an 
If we want the auld war! there's the 
Kmpress, whaur the Kast and West meet 
if they can afford It. an' even 1)10 wan 
di-rln' Jew couldna fin' faut, gin he 
vvunllt variety. An' naebody caib bciit 
oor fouk for pnro generosity. Wo hue 
unlimited opportunity for the galtherln 
o' siller, but Instead o' grabbin' it u' fin 
oorsels.wfidae naethln'. an' gie n' the 
fine opportunllles lae the ootslder. Three 
oh-^rs for Conservatism, snys J. Malstei 
Yoddltorj, an' while the — eonserA'atlve 
cheers arc-rlngtn', th e oo'.nl #er sees lil^ 
chance an' reaps the liberal reward 
gumption. 

Whit: XOHMA.X H. NESBI'i 



The Hickman Tye Hard- 
ware Company, Limited 

, ■ Tla, ,B,. C. Agent.* 



Tremendous Bargain 

—IN— ■ 

Accordians 



Regular $3.00 10 
T.Klav— 



Si 0.00 



$1.90 

This is the greatest l)ar- 
gaiti ever offci-ed in ^^i'■■ 
loria t'lT musical 
meats. They are al! 
y\ccord,iahs, ami if 
the ordinary way would, sell 
for $3.00 ti^ $TO.oo. Today 
vou may clion=o /.nr at 



France via Halifax 
Close July 16, 23. 30. 
Dawson; Atlin,— White Horse, Etc 
Close on Saturday at l.*6 p. m. 
Due, uncertain. 

Stewart ' I 

Close Wednesday at 11 p. m.; ,(lu«on| 
Monday. 



Anither. Scotcli J.eirer, T* K«nl 
Dear Maister Yedltor:— Yell luin' thnl 
, -1 a week sVnc I pit In « BUld word for oor 

, „ - . Visitors! ';.^,^^„,pf„. mayor's honorable, intentions 

to the vessel's fund, while sixty-seven': p^p^.,.jj,„. the beaattfyi:?'. o' oor toon, 
different articles, ip kind, were given / ^,g^, ^reed flung"oot upon the watt*r8 
10 the mission. The 8ervices-eecupl<i;ai.j,Q^^g back whiles In. the form o guiu 
about threc-duarteria' of an hour, after; j.^^^ as ru proceW tae show ye. Laist 
which those who «toad.up'iiuXhii.pierkattwbath efternune 1 wis "*^"\ " . i.,,^ 
were allowed to Inspect ti»e vessel. Uralk aroon' the bay. In «>rder foi *«« " •'" 
The bishop first dedicated thsr-ora-l n,e bastln' thi-ecds frae "iffo!^"^' 
lorv of the Utile, vessel, with a >rief | ..^ever-ready'' suit o'.clireK-»-*«^'»*^ 
,>ut" itnifresting address. .Following ,» doon frae J^.T'^'^'*" T\nS roond 
this the OiidiL and clergy assembled; uenned voice ahlnt mo 1 \' ["""l^;?"""' 
upoh the aOet-. deck, and under the at.' there „ta.Vs ma guld auld freen_th^ 
direction of Choirmaster P. Wollls-; .MrMorley Wm«e) ^avs he "ye're 

ton; hymns were sung. The organs "Losb me. >'^ .=^^'"'';,.,!,^'forr' Us a 
had been placed "P«" /^e spacious, tlu.varramn. I m^I^PKl^^^ 

dock. The lesson was then delivered e.ise " „^'""^/ _""^aK!%Iere's a ban' 
by Archdeacon Scriven ^^^^^^^'^[l^ 'Z^^n^i^,^^^^^^^^^^ 

the work of the HftV.John Antle, the " „V tae thnnK >« for tellln' fouk o; mu 
founder of the wdrk a«d th.^ ^^^^f Ss wu^hes for the beautlfyln' o^ th' 
progress of the tnlssion. Blsh«r^ -^ '''^* u?on An' noo, McTnvlsh, seeln'tbat ye 
rln delivered a short speech _,„' hae your Sunday claes on. c'way ben- the 

AVith tlie vpssel as special guest a ^^^tfj^ ^„ . .i,ae a bit o' d e nn er wU ^me.' 
are the Rev. K. C. Owens. <i' /*"",.. ms conscience!" thinks I tae mesel. 
couver. and Bev. Mr. Seeger, of fo ■ ■ 

ronto.. The llttl 
manded by Car 
cr.ew.of tour. _ ..^^.. ^^.^--;^--^ ^,^_^^_u.K.r.v. .-"-.:•;- ,;-^-, I ^^^^,^ ,„i„. a 

ma acheln' void." 



OBITUARY NOTICES 



iVIould. 
The remiiins of the iateilttle Norma 
^inuld, wliose deatli occurred in this 
city on the :ilsl of July, were interred 
in the Kdmonton cemetery at l^Idmon- 
ton, Alberta on Thursday the 29th of 
last month. The circumstances sur- 
rounding the demise of little. Norma 
were very pathetic. Tog<'ther witli her 
mother and elder sister she was trav 
ellng'on the Pacific Coast aiid upon 
arrival in Victoria was talccn ill and 
had to be tmnii'ijintely removed to th« 
.St. Joseph's hospital where death o(.'- 
cured shortly afterwards. The fnth 
er who was In I'^dmonton was notified 
of the child's illness by wire and be- 
fore ht^ could leave the prairie city 
another wire came telling of the death 
of. his youngest daughter. The re 
mains were shipped from here to Kd 
monton, but the mother Was unable 
to accompany the body b(,>cau8e of the 
illness of her elder daughter. At the 
funeral there was a vevy large atten 
dance of '"Sympathizing friends and 
many beautiful floral (TllniTT^B~"W'erir 
also presented. Mr. and Mrs. Stevens 
ana Mr. andTMiss F. S. Smith of Vic- 
toria sending wreaths. .Mr. J 1\'. 

Mould is well known in Edmonton and 
Is an alderman of that city, while a 
brother Mr. Mould Is on the staff of 
the Colonist of Victoria. 



Young. 

The funeral of the late l.onls Yciimg 
who was found dead in the New ISng 
land Hotel on Friday morning will 
,taH«\ plape on Sunday afternoon from 
"tire "parlors of the Victoria X'ndertalt- 
Ing , coirfpii: ' "i lies, street, at . 2.30 
o'clock. 




crew 01 sour. n.»^v. xj. • — • - •jn. Kirn: t»ui, ■■" ■ 

M. A.. M. D..^ctlnj5.both as clergy- . ^^^,ef„. j says: ' 
man and phyftlcian, h:i ' ' ' wee snack tae rest 



in-;i :'. 
-aiiijilc 

^,,1,1 !'i 



FLETCHER BROS. 



1231 



Music Dealers 
Government Street 

Phone 88:^ 



THE MAILS 



Prince Rupert, Port 

Essington, Etc 

Close Tuesday. Thursday and Satur- 
day. 1.45 p. m. 

Due Monday. Wedneadajr_ and Fri- 
day. 

Clayoquot and Way Ports 

Close, 1st, 7th. loth, 20th of each 
nrxonth. ' . 

Due; 4th, 12th, ISth and 28th of each 
month. , 

Seattle and Eastern United States 

Close, 4.30 p. m. dally: due 7 a. m. 
daily, e-Kcept Suiulay- and 1 p. m. dally. 
Quatsino, Kyuquot and Beyond Clayo- 
quot 

Close 7th and 20th of each month. 

Due l,2lh and 28th of each month. 
■ Quatsino via Port Hardy 

('lose July 20, 26. 
Une July 19. 28. 

Comox, Cumberland, Etc. 
Close Tuesday. Thursday and Satur- 
day 8.30 a. m. 

Due Tuesday 12.10 and Wednesday, 
I'rlday and Sunday. 7 p. in 

Sidney and V^ & S. Points 
Close daily except Sunday, 7 a. m~. 
Due daily except Sunday 7 p. m. 

- Albernl 
Close ist. 7th, ISth. 20th of each 
month (by steamer) and by rail Mon- 
• daT, Wednesday, Friday. 3.30 p. ni. 
N^naimo and E. &. N. fointe 
Closq daily, except' Sunday 8.30 a. 
m.; 3.30 p. m. 

Due dally, except Sunday, 12.10 p. 
m. .•i^nd '7 p. m. 



surgery department 

The-lillle ship will 
ipp for Vancouver, 



leas e 'oim ni"i 



Hae intae the Knrpress dlnln room I 
follows the McMorley. Mercy me. -the 



I iPg '"» > 0.1... V. "..•-. , 

Simpson, Port"; up ita new work In the norm. 



and later take^punk near gaed oot o ma bje'st when 
' .. .^-ji^.« t^AXr mo hnt an the 



" M arson. 

Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Marson of 557 
Bay street. • moiirii the loss of thf'lr 
two year old daughter Thelma Chris- 
tina Marson. Deceased has only suf- 
fered frortl a short^Tllness and death 
was^imexpteeted. The funeral hjis been 
arranged to take place from the fam- 
Hy residence lon Sunday a.fternoon 
nextr-- - '-'^^ '"""^ 



MT^S. EBERTS DIES j 

BY HER OWN HAND 

Woman Who Had Been ^Bot Short 

Time i" Country From Germany 

Passes Away. 

A« the result of the deed committed 
while in a fit of despondency, the body 
of Mrs. Louisa Kborts, an elderly 
wotnin and a native of Germany 
who has only been In this Cou.Ury but 
a few months, was foujid shortly aftei 
one o'clock yesterday afternoon, hang- 
ing by a rope from, the rafters of the 
woodshed al the rear of h^J" '•esldence 
near Keatlng's station on the Satin Icl 
road The rope Was securely fastened 
around her ncrk and It was n plain 

case of suicld' 

When the b ■ 

hour afterwards lilc wa.s 'luite c.ximri. 

PftiMtable Little of Saanichton. was m ^ wee w»ii»^^. '"-•••■■•.'--»-- v^_ 

,?,".2i»%»*p:^«iV.;rr»fi.-«o.l»^ ye hae a drap o tea? 

notlflecratlcr-hnstnjed-in tlve pl«««. ^w __AM.4,^a,,j^ . _ ,,^^^, ^^^^^ ^^ 



Vancouver and Eastern Canada ] 
Close dally at 1.4B p. m. and il p. m. 
Due dally 2-,45 p. m. and 7 p. m. , | 

United Kingdom 
Close Tuesday. Thiysday and Krl-, 
day. 11 P- "1-i .parcel post Friday, e 

p. m. 

Due Monday and Tue-sday 1 p. m.; 

r-yyednesday 7 p. m. 

China and Japan 
Close July 1'., Ifi, '20, 2 7, 
Due Julv ii, Ifi, 19. '.^1. -«• 

'Auitralia and New Zealand 
C:iose July 13, 16, 25. 
Due July 26, 27, 29. 

Honolulu 
Clo8« July 15, 16, 22, Aug. 5. 
Du« July 19, 27. 29, Aug. 1. 



Aug, 

Aug. 



Kodaks 



nnd 



PHOTOGRAPHIC 
SUPPLIES 



at 



Maynard's Photo 
Stock House 



715 Pandora St. 



Phona 11-360. 



Iliac waiter bodies tooic ma hat an the 
mayor's lum. pUtln' them In the safe 
whne we Were'^ dunched doon on oor 
chairs at a wee table near ^a front wlftdle. 
■•Whafll ye hae. >JcTavl.h-"s.-iys Mr- 
Morley. handln'm*- a l.u 

th' eatables. 

r looklt at the calrd. an-, as sui-o s 
doeth. It wis as fu' 6' tancy, parley voo 
whlgmalcerles as a St. Andrew s day 
denner; There was a' thing body mlclt 
oat an' a lot malr beside.. 1 ask.t whit 
dlngdong wis In the pure Sassenach an 
he I'lilt me If wis just stuffed buhbly- 
Ibck roastlt. with champlt tattles. Weel, 
I sweer that the hale coUection o oot- 
hmdi-'h dl.-he-" got me sae flustered that 
, en.lli • ' '^owl o' trlpo an 

"BuTthe Mc.Morl.\v hrokit at the list 
ower his glosses as cool as cauld brosr. 
an' ordered, -wl' a gcjj-'parteecldr malnner. 
some patey dee fuzzy grass, an some- 
thing that aoondlt like "canopen«»r n 
knvvyar," an' looklt like a hunphick o' 
glaur on a. wee hcone. 

In a wee whllle. McMorley says: 

..-.♦T«^ i„i- ...111 %.A hnn H flrfin O* 



Belcham. 
The funeral nt; the late John IJeT- 
cham. H. M. S. Shearwater took place 
y^-sterday morning, the body being re- 
moved from the Hanna parlors at 10 
o'clock to St. Paul's clujrch wherei ser- 
vices Were conducted by .the Rev. 
Baugh Allen at 10.30 o'clock. Inter- 
ment was made In the naval cemetet-y 
at Esquimau and the pallbearers and 
firing partv were selected by the au- 
thorities :it '' ' P'ii t barracks. 

Cairns. 
•In. ■.mains of tln' l.iL.Mr^ Isabel 
t'rains, the beloved ,wife '<: llobert 
Caii-ns who died at an i;itiv hour 
ThursdJiv morning, were siilpped by 
the B. C. Funeral FurnlsKing company 
yesterdnv afternoon to Lacombe. Al- 
berta, where they will be Interred. 
The husband nccoiTip.'inind the re- 
re ma Ins. 



I/rrer's Y-Z (Wise TleBff)JCH«tafeetata« 

Boap Powder divterl in the'bath, aoftesa 
.'*« walet «tu4 cliaiai««ui» 4l 



hodv. -was-- immcdlatejy _ removed and 
brought, to, tlfe citx,whcr.- !* —is at 
the Hanna parlors. , 

Mrs. -Elicrts came to Aiu.i^.i. trom 
Germany within the last year, pass- 
ing several months 111 the eastern 
states, and since her arrival In the 
new country has heon continuously 
melancholy and despondent. She 
came out to Victoria si)t weeks . ago 
and hafe since been residing on the 
Saanich road near Keatlng's station. 
• She was well advanced In years be- 
ing between 60 and 70 and ig survlv- 
f,l by two daughters arid a Bfln, all of 
whom live in this city. . " 7"~X7~~J~ 

An Inciueat will be held on Monday 
aftofnOon\ ' -.■..,,-—, ■- -'....___- .:»r 

LETTERS'to'tHE EDITOR 

Dr. Crllpon 

Slr:--ln your' leading article today, I 
notice a very jiensiblc pnrnitfraph refer- 

ihig- to th<i silly sen limontalUy of a 

nuiiiFcf^nt "P'fTopip-in- JOnglnml. wiio, con- 
vinced of the innocence of Ur. CrhT't'iT: 
arf cabling him messaged to this effect ; 
also referring to the extremely foolish 
Tirgins In Quebec loading the prisoner 
with flowers. • 

Xews "Of this man <'.'rir>pen Is of inl.-r- 
psl to me because I have personally , n 
Mllghl recollection o^him-"At lonst there 
wjip a pr. Crlppen who managed the 
Toronto hranc:ii of Iho Dr. , Munyon 
Merlli-al C.'i. for a year and a half, or 
pOsislbiy rot* two yerirs. At his rgfiuest. 
I {nt(M-vlfWO(l hlmreg'n'rdlhg the writing 
of lh« Munj'on advortisins fur the Can- 



Early Shipment of Nev«^ Bed Com- 
forters at prices and (luailtles which 
will astonish and please yon. Prices 
$1.00, $1.25 and up to $4.75. Robin- 
son's Cash Store, 642 Yates street. * 



Wr 



'Ma certesT"? says- 1.: '-'hop could ye 
"read mainrnarsT Uratrhtrr - ~ 

_.f^,^ -pu'ln' the waiter's broeks ablow 
the table. 1 says In a loud whusperl . 

■•'Glo me a cup 0" yer falmnns nti tuber 
wan Olenleevit tea — that spHPshnl 
blend." The waiter winklt, in,' i.ro.hl 
me "tea." ■ . ,, , 

Aboot that time there wis a rusliin 
an' a ciaekln'. and two o' tliae Amurrlcan 
Indv towerlsts sweeps Intll tbo room like 
two first clcss battleships hcln' l.aun.-hod 
on the broad bosom o' the Clyde. Th<-y 
planks ihcirsels doon at tho wee labl- 
next tne oors. Balth n' them were Itilrgo 
an'-4«ir bleuzln' wl' sblnln' dl^mons, t-eul 
or assunipd. N'o tieln' like that I'lys.sen 
^hap ivha Vnmged hl«! lugs wl' orr, an' 
iRShod hlssel lae the mlzzon when he 
wis' pnssln' the Island wbatir thaa MyF-*'4i 
hUzums sang alurin' bersonses.I coublna' 
help li.sliJnln'. seeln' that tho McMorl<'.\ 
wis mcditatln""" his future in dtfop sll- 

cnco. 

"Oh. Mary!" ^■;*^'= 'he caui'Stly-hoedM 
yln, •■'inst t.TO think that we hanno" met 
aj.„''v.-wc wis Imlth^xookies. in Purrus Uilsl 
TiTinnufH"' tJlv ye no mind hoo we wis 
blrlcd doon ihd Avenoo do Shamp.H KHV.a.'i 
and Ihroiigh tlie Hoys dee Boologny by 
that citbliy they ca'ed a cochon In Far- 
ms?" , 

Weel. 1 Kiif'"' sayS' Mfir\'. ■ "livii the 
malst interestlti' lime I bed wl.i on the 
fourleenth o' July. That's the bl^ holi- 
day there, same's oor aln galorlous 
fourth. lioO I admired that hsnsuni of- 
ficer.'^ a' cnvored wl' gold l«ie an' wi' the 
epithets wagglln' on their iTianly shooth- 
iTH. An' fh«e French phensnntH ninlrch- 
I in' along the iMMJilyairds Slngln' the May- 



On a warm day it is 
really refreshing to use 



CALVERT'S 

Carbolic Toilet Soap, 

and any day it is a good soap to 
choose, for you want a soap that 
is pure and cleansing, you like a 
soap that is pleasanlly periume-d, 
and an antiseptic soap like this, 
._CQIitaining 10;^ pure Carbolic— 
an ample proportion— protects 
you against risk oi contagion. 

Sold »t Local Sinres »nd 
Druggiitt. 15 cetits * tablet. 

For sample «xnA J cent. Mamp to 

F. C. CALVF.RT & Co. 
J4Q, Dorchester St, W«»l, 
MONTKSAL. 



Austrian 
/Enamelware 




.\ new shipment just arrived, the very best ware possible to 
procure. Economy to buy, because it 

WILL LAST A. LIFETIME 

\Ve cordially invite all good and discerning hou.sewives to 
come in at the'ir" earliest cbnvenience and inspect these peer- 
less goods. ■ 

' DRAKE HARDWARE GO. 

V ' ■ ', 

608 Yatfts Street Cor. Government Street 



Popular Goods,. Popular Prices 
and a Popular^Slore 

. We advise you to try J ^ ^' 

Coi)as & Young's 

at the corner of Fort and Broad Streets. They guar- 

:nilc.' TO n.W'l': and STILL CONTINUE to save 

yt.Hi niouey. TRY THEM, 

■ ■ ^ I " ■■ ■■ .1. I ■ -- ■■ ■ "" ■ ■■■— ■ -III ■ I ' ..,.,, ,, - 

Jmwii T »J m" i 7;;^ . m« ii ■>iii..»i I ■!■ ■ ' r— 

r\T)l';iM';.\i)LXT CREAMERY ""bUTTER— the 

in(..si i>f>pular btutcr nf the day — ^j AA 

^ lbs. for . . , -• .Y * • 

lll'XTLF.Y i1- PALMI':R'S MIXED BLS- ' I C q 

L" I "ITS — per 11) _. ■_'_i"_L_ 

I'RLSU KOASTED PEANUTS— """~' ' j Cp 

Per lb ...'»^^ 

NI^E LO<5AL C( )OKING APPLES— OCp 

,5 lb.s. for '. ■'• .... ^*^^ 

DADDY'S SAUCE, usually sold for 25c per or^ 

bottle — 2 bottles for LO\. 

While they last 
CALt;.\m- RISrXC SUN .BREAD ^i 7c 

FLOUR— per sack tf I . I J 

T k .\ \ !•: K S' EX ( ; L I SI I PICK LES— I C /. 

' Large i.8-oz. bottle . . . ■ *^v 

PURF WEST 1X1)1. V LIMh: JUICE— OA^ 

Q.uart bottle .^"L 

LOCAL HOT IK) I 'SI'". To.M .\T( Jl'lS— OC^ 

>4h<; for itOL 

PURNELL'S ILXGLISH M,ALT VIXE- | r^ 
GA R, quart bottle I Dl 

Copas & Young 

THE ANTI-COMBINE GROCERS 

C'ornei" b'ori and liroarl Streets 
Phones 94 and 95 Qiiick Delivery Phones 94 and 95 




4 



Don't Forget 
That 





t This Hot7Dry 
Weather 




HQvenise in THt GOLONlSl 



Heistepdian, Foman 
and Gompai, 

General Ag"Cnts 

1207 Government Street 

Phone 55 



BOYS BE 
INDEPENDENT 
MAKE MONEY 
BY CARRYING 
THE COLONIST 



If a boy wants to earn his 
own money, The Colonist 
will help him do it. The Gol- 
onist needs a few industrious 
boys as carriers. By deliv- 
ering The Colonist in the 
morning outside of school 
hours, a boy can earn his 
own money without associ- 
ating with undesirable com- 
panions. The boy thus en- 
gaged is not the kind to get 
into trouble. This kind of 
boy, is bound to win. The 
training that he will get "will 
be of inestimable value in 
later life, and through his 
work for The Colonist will 
help lay the foundation of a 
successful career and a use- 
ful citizenship. Boys that 
would like to carry The Col- 
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In Woman's Realm 




HERE AND T HERE 

~~Tfie growth of the po|»ulail(.)n of the 
provliicf la MhowM liy tht> appointment 
of an lnspector_of High Schools. Un- 
til recently ihestrTiavf/liten under \hv 
direct chargf of fHo /Devmrtinent ut 
ISdHCHtion. But now that there i8 a 
lllS,!i...^.qho.1I, U>- c;l.Ur.B_ a,Bil...lusvijuH. jsltu- 
atrtil. in some cust'H hunilrcUa of irtllt-^" 
aiJiirt, with a pmspect oj others being 
opened iii the near future, there l'^ 



University School 



FOR BOYS 



VICTORIA. B. C 



FOR BOYS 




Xmas Term Commences Sept. 6th 

At 9:30 a.m. 

Fifteen Acres of Playing Fields 

in Si>aciotis New Brick Building. 
Accommodation for 120 Borders. 
Chemical Laboratory: C)rganized Cadet Corps: Musketry In- 
struction: P'ootball and Cricket: Gymnasium 
and Indoor Rifle Range. ^' 

RECENT SUCCESSES AT McGILL AND R.M.C. 

WARDEN: • 

Kcv, W. W. Bolton, M.A., Cambridge. 

PRINCIPALS: 

K. V. Harvey. r^LA., Camb., J. C. Barnacle, Esq., Lend. Un: ,'., 

assisted by a resident staff oi University Men. 

For Prospectus, Apply the Bursar. 



Xtuf^rtVt rOBTY-FOUBTH VIA* 

VmijU^ Wykeham Hall. 

i&ttUrhatt ^°"*8* St. Toronto 

_ f A ResMentfal and 

J9ri|O0l Day School For Girls. 

Full Matriculttion Course as well as 
elementary work, Don^vestic-Art-r, Music 
and Painting. Centrally situated, yet with 
large grounds. Lawns for Tennis and 
other garnes. Skating Rink and good 
Cymnaslirm. For Calendar apply to 7 , 

"School r«-op«na B«pt«mb«r 13tli, 1910 
at 10 n. m.. — ' 



Trinity 
College 
School 

Port Hope, Ont. 



Resideatial 
School for Boys 

H^nllliY 'itiiati.;!). 
Fireproof Bii;i<l- 
in^s. 

K.iTt^«i.VTe Plar- 

prniinil*, Inrge 

• iyninn.'^ium. Sknl- 

in(j Rinl;^, ctr. 

Boys prepared f?>r liip TniverjiTtlM, 

P.oya! Military Colli'jfp, and Bu.sjnt-ss. 

.'^p<r<:ia! attention (tiv'fii to vonngrr hoys. 

NVxt term bepins .^pt. 14. New boys 

must report on Sept. 13. 

pvr CaUndar and all infrrrrtfotton 
1 3 "Pt'y '" '^' /ffoiimaiUt 

lev. OSW&LB RICBY. M. k. (CamkrWfe). IX.B. 

POBT MO"t. ONT 

BRUNOT HALL 

SPOKANE 

A Boarding- and Day School for Olrla. 

•.\ rhnrcli' s^^TriTor'v.'Tuiso sirtT is thi- 

I very t)osl In Instructors and eijulpment. 

1 Chei-rful. ■ homelike, bulldinRfi; whole- 

I some cllmntc; gymnaHlum. music hall; 

private theatricals.. Special features aro 

I tli'» art studio. Klvlng InsTfuctlon in 

.different art branches and tlic mu.slc df- 

partment with Us staff of foreign 

trained Instructors. rfrllficHte admitH 

to Smith, Welle^ley and other eastern 

colleges. Kor further Information. n<l- 

dress, 

JULIA r. BAIt.EV. rrinclpal. 

Spokane. Washington. 



St. 






HPPERi 

TORONTO 



LEGE 

FOUNDED 1829 



George's 
School 



Rockland Avenue, Victoria, B. C. 
KESIDBKTIAZ. AKD DAY SCHOOZ. 
FOB OIK.I.;SI. 
Reference."! p<-rmltted to His Honor, 
the Ueut.-tJovernor. Premier McUrlde, 
tlie, Bishop of Colum4>i*. etc. Moderate 
fees. Staff of BngHHh ladli's. , 

Xmas term begins September 1; board- 
er.s return AuKUf<t 31. 

lllufttTftted pro.spertim op application. 
]^RIirOrPAI.. KTBS. STTTTIB. - 



enough, if not more than enough, work 
to take up the whole time of an in- 
Bpt^ctor. 

The rapid Incrt^asc In tiie irupil.i 6t 
the HiKb .Si,'hool8 Is an Indtinion of th« 
vahiu whk'h Uio peoplw of Brlllsti i'd- 
hunbia set upon learninK- Tbey are 
no lunBer satlsllt-d with the Uni)\vicd»;e 
and the training thf'ii chlldrtMi gMl/i lii 
tile common .-ffltooli*: — WherHV-tH' li' cuit 
bf? dune, boyw ami girls are given llie 
bt.-neat of H J-llgli School courHc, .at 
least for two years, .\ fair prfipi.ii'- 
tion (..(jiitliHi*- titfir »titdl<*M to till' door 
or tho I'nlvfrsity. '• Whatever calling 
llicy may follfiw. the education of tlicK^' 
t>'>.\H and gii-lM will tend to inako Dtlcl- 
ligent and thoughtrui niftiv and women. 

.\'o one who know.s an.\ thing of tlu; 
uiPi't< done by .Mr, t.iordoii as a lUiblie 
.sihooj Inspector will doulH that he will 
f.\eriise tlu- ."ann- faithfiiUit'.s.s and id'- 
licliMU-.N- in till' lilgiiar position wlilch 
hf «ill imw >H:oup.\. Kvor.v otie, 
vvhethtr jiupll or tcactior, who does 
IvixiHsi wor4<.— AvHl-tln<4 ln-bl.in a kind- 
aiid li.'lpful friend. 

In appointing two now Inspeotors tbc 
Depariment sliows that It ly deter- 
mined to keep hr touch with scliools 
In thn most remote dl.HtH^ets, and tbat 
young teavbcra will not latlt the us- 
si.stJtTK'o and synipathj' of men who 
know wliiit (litliculties thcj- m«st yvi;x-,. 
coni''. It Is not, however, only tiie 
teachers who need thf counael and 
help of the Inspectors. In the organ- 
izing of new schools there is nt-rrt—^rf 
gooti Judsmcnt and fiuealglit. aiid-tlu^ 
fCH- residents of the district often 
\alde the oidnion of an Impartial and 
experienced outsidoh' 'ThT'-Tniirble Ima 
hitliotid been that the large schools 
could ill spare the prlnclixls who were 
choiteir aTrrnspgrtOfS:' 'T.*hT^re is room 
at the top of the teaching profession 
iii—lhisi' province for broad-minded, 
energetic and syinp'athetlc men and 
women, and the need Is a growing one. 

Ther e is n.ot r- jirovlncc In .Canada 
where the facilities for obtaining a 
good education for a family of ihildren 
are better than In tills province. \Vh<^n 
the university Is established, young 
men "ai^rt wo'nien can complete the 
coursf) so we ll begun ndw. Among tho 
iittracll<ms of IJritish <"olumbla for 
i in m igr« itter-uone-art- grea ter than -this. 



OF INTEREST TO WOMEN 



ftpturday, Auguvt 6, If 10 

•mmmmlmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmt 



\n n few weeks scho(d tnisi< es all 
o7ver the province Wilt be engaging 
teachers. Already applications are be- 
ing sent out In all directions. The 
greatest weakness of ,ou.r schools lies 
In tht) great freciuency of the change 
of teachers. It is tht excei>tlon when- 
a tea<«h<;'r outaide of the larger cities 
enters on a second engagement In the 
satTjn district. This 1« as true of suc- 
cessful an of poor teachers. A.i the 
majority of those filling these positions 
aro women, an appeal can be made 
here very sultjibly for greater per- 
manency.' Is It fair that a young 
teacher, should try her. prentice hand 
among one set of children, and then, 
when she has gained a Utile knowTeCge 
of the natures of the pupils; and .some 
e.xperlencf^ In Imparting that which site 
has gained from Ivoks, l«>ave the chil- 
dren to rhr, tprider mercies of another 
l)eS:inner7 



Th« Duchaas of DtvonahiV* 

Queen Mary's moat intimate friend | 
is the Dueliess of Devonsliire, who lias ; 
Just accepted the a])j>(iiiitment of .VJis- I 
tress of the Robes. \.n this .appoint- j 
meiit tlie Duchess succeeds her aiint, 
tb** iHieiiesa of Bucclouch, who Iuih | 
heici tiie po.-^t for nearl\- a (luarler of 
a century but has asked" to be reieased i 
from her duties mi tlie ground of ill- 
health, .,,.^.... J 

The J)uche.^s of Devoush^ire is aliout 
37. She i.s tiie daughter of Lady j 
Liinsdowne. whom she resemld<"s, .N'a- i 
turalls HH the eldest child ul Lord and J 
I^ady Lansdowne she cam'e Into touch I 
with life at tlie court wlieii she \vas 
lUtie more than a girl and after her | 
marriage she hegaij entertaining large- j 
ly, tliough her iiuaband-'had noli, sue- ( 
ceeded to the Duchy at the~trme: 

Her little houBe on Park lane vvfj.s j 
the centre for a certain set- bf some- i 
what staid -ilic.uifh youthful .ma-trons, 
including *Mary. Princess of Wales, who j 
objected to tlie ga>-ely and democrar.\ I 
of the L"ngllBtv^-oo«iMr-%fter Klivg Ed- 
ward came inio his (iVtlT. It was at 
this house that the famous consplrat^y 
„agalnst the American Invasion of Eng- 
lish s<)clety l.s said to "have'tVeeh form- 
ed, partly in Joke and partly in earn- ; 
est. The Duchess of Bucdeuch and ! 
I'riiii-css .Mary were supposert— to be ! 
■aMm — t4«ftlgator8 of tlie idea, which It i 
may T);^; mentioned, nrvor amounled to i 
anything. { 

'The Uuffiess Is like Queen Marv In 
character and they have inan.v tastes i 
in coniimm; both have largii_ianiilles. 
to whom they dPNot--- ,-, j,'rerit d'-.il ..f ' 
time and jiers" 

i»oth very <-ai>' ' nl ; 

and the faculty uf organizing, and they j 
are Ixith strongly -^opposed to extraVa- 
gance and luxury, living In their own 
homes simple and quiet lives. 

\N' 1 1 h many beautiful houses 'at her j 
disposal the-Dttchess of Devonshire i 
ranks as on«»-of the foremost hoptesses ■ 
of England, and though King Edward . 
very seldom wen/ __ to. __her. dlTmers ' 
King George and Queen Mary are <on- 
stant visitors at her town reside: ■ 
and at her country homes. 

t'hatsworth House. Devonshire ! 
House In London, Bolton Abbey lii '■ 
Vorkshire, LIsmore Castle, Hardwicke i 
Hall and Compton Place at Eastbourne ' 
are some of the Devonshire resl-dences. | 
Each of these homes Is a palace sU- 
uatPd In acres of beautiful grounds: 
with woods and fields, hunting and ' 
shooting pr'eserves. .. 

Devonshire House Is filled with trea- 
sures, antique carvlrtg.s. wonderful | 
china and superb pictures, which have ^ 
been in the family for centuries. The | 
Duke and Du«ihess very often loan 
their drawing rooms for bazaars arid' 
entertainments, and- the outside public 
pays heavily to see the Inside of the 
house and to catch a glimpse of the 
sim))l\- dressed, slender, delicate look- 
ing woman who presides there. 



That Child Of Yours 



^^limild I'.c Learning: to Play the i'iant- 



/ 



A Co 

.\ JJuniiniuii 



TODAY'S, BARGAINS 

ani c1' Collard PiaiiM // 

laiui at ..... . .• 

MAKE this' POSSIBLB 



?65.00 
? 160.001 



M. W. Waift & Co., Ltd. 



Will .\lal<c I'tiTcliaso luisy' 
1004 GOVERNMENT STRREET 



r Superior Values In Jk 
FRUITS and BUTTER J 

Water Melons^-eaGh. <5. .mrl V.77. 

Golden Drop Plums, lia-k<i 30<* 

Red Plums, ikt baskrt 30^ 

Nice Ripe Tomatoes. Ih . . 15^ 

Large White Grapes, 11., .' 250<* 

CHOICE CREAMERY BUTTER 

^ 'rince I1-. Mr ; .$1.00 

The Saunders Grocery Co., Ltd. 

Phone 28 ^'ouKChoice at Your, Ericc 561 Johnson Street 




Just Looking At It 

is enoiiRli to give peo))le a long- 
ing for some of our meats. Just 
one taste of It is enough to 
m,ike them resolve to- buy all 
their meat here • hereafter. And 
when they find our. prices are no 
iilp-tier than those of ordinary 
iie;it.'. tlieir resolution is clinched. 
I 'Mill.- I'Mik and long. 

P'lt Uo.iits lOc 

\'eal Roasts . 15o 

Mutton iloasts l5o 

SjirinK Lamb aoc 



IDEAL MEAT MARKET 



820 YAT^S 8T 

PHONE 51-1 



The Gentle womam fells a storv of 

7f her work has proved a failure. If Th''^ Jl"']^"':" ""1.,*?"''^," ^'t^^tf '■*i 
sITe Xs sufe-tTiS^^T-TvHl never be--^^! I'"**.^ '^"5k*'^ ,r ^^ Mr Gladstone 
.•ome a rial teacher, she is wise not ""'^ »"»"> "tj^^*; ^I'stinguished guests [ 
<mly to leave that school, but to tind j TT^/'l" '^'andthe^ yacht of the Prince 
more suitable employment. "But If she! "f, ^^'"'^'s- The Princess of Wales 
has been eniouraged t«> .believe that asked. ..Ihe.jjoet to read the "Grand- 



CANADA'S OLDEST RESIDENTIAL SCHOOL 

Auliimo Terw l)<-sia? -^ Tufsdiy. Septfm- Cmir««« t.-ir fniv^rslly. Royal ?.r 't-iry 

t'cr I.Uh. Collrgt. rtc 

EiRiniqalioBii fnr Entran<-' .SchoUriliip^, Senior an d Prrparxtrvry !v-hooI-« in iwparate 

;-iturflnv, SrptPm^fr 17th. boildiagi Evtrj' modrrn riiuipramt. 



H. W. ACDEN. MJL (Cmbrid^eX Principal 



Haver gal — 
Ladies' College 

TORONTO 
Principal - MISS KNOX 



Thorough education on mpderp lines; Preparation for honor 
inatriciilat+en and other e.Kaniinations:— Separate Junior 
Schodl, Domestic Science departnu nf, gymnasium, out^dodr 

Li-i'iii--. <katit'i:f rink and -wiiiiininf;- hath. 

For illustrated calendar and prospectus apply to the Bursar 
R. MILLICHAMP. Hon. Scc.-Treas. 



TORONTO 
CONSERVATORY 
or MUSIC 

EDWARD riSHXR. MTI8. DOC. 
MVBICAI. DIRECTOR. 



RE-OPENS 

After tlie Summer Holidays 

Thuridiiy, September Int. 

Send for 160-page Year7 Book. 






COWSERVATORY SCHOOI. OF 
EXPRESSION 

K. H. KIRKI'ATKICK. Ih. D,, Principal. 

P'lhlic ReadltiK, Oratory, Physical and 

! Oiilture. I)rnntntlc Art and Lltcra-' 

Speclnl Cnlenflnr. 



ishe will succeed, If the maJorlt> of the 
parents are satisfied should she not 1-n 
all fairness, remajn where she Is for 
at least another year? ' If teachers 
could be persuaded that It was their 
duty to mnaln In the snine school for 
three years and that only under ex- 
ceptional circuinstancse should they 
leave In a shorter time the, character 

i "f the teaching In the country dls- 
tricta and tbt- smaller towns would be 

I Kreatly raised. Do not teachers owe 
the children- something:? On the other 
hand, parents must show that thoy ap- 
preciate a teacher's services If they 
wish her tq^stuy with the m. The sal - 
ary BTToiiTd ^e falsefli wTien possible. 
^1 t he -fe w— t'ases vvhere parents are 
too poor to pay more money, a good 
woman will not leave. If she feels her 
work Is lmi>rovliig and .that .^iterseT^ 
vices are valued. .Moat, of lis , are t<M) 
chary of praise. It never does more 
Rood than when given to the tired and 
dlscouraRed teacher who Is really trj- 
IfiR to tla her-dut> . 

:=r"l*^-'tire^^tfoatlonal authorit'leB;" the 
parents and the teachers worked-ttt- 
Kether. the short terms of residence of 
leachers In one district whi' '> "r" so 
iiad for the schools would h- iliei 



kel 

Black Cherries, per 11) 
Water Melons 



aiii 



35c 
15c 
25c 



THE 



West End Grocery Co., 



LIMITED 



ASHBURY COLLEGE 

K<" 'K>-).n--KK !• \RK I 'TTAWA 




Resident 

School 

(or 

Boys 



•^ ' ■ • — ^ 

l,:irKe, n.-w rireprdO-t imilillr k.« p.rfe.-l «anllnl).,n Hcailtiful and 
\ery liejilthy Kituatlon on hiRli srMnnd outsi<ie ilty. Ten acres of plH> 
inir fields. l,arRe iii)-t.>-(lBle K\ niniiniiim. .Ttmlor depnrtmeni for llt- 

Ih- Imi,v.«, ^, 

.•"^I'l-;' i.M. i'T{i';i'Au,vTi(>.v r-i)n n .\i i-. 

In 1910 entrance ex«min»ticn for R. M, C. the school obtained first 
place on the list. All candidate! sent in passed. v 

.-.:.. .1 ^vlll reop.-n Septenilier i:!-tli, 1 !■ I (r Por CftJendUr kpply to 
REV. GEO. P; WOOLl-COMBE, M, A.^Oxon) HeMdnia.Mer 



ONTARIO 
LADIES' 


(Trafalgar CliUlp) 
WHITBY, ONT, 
CANADA. 


COLLEGE 


Op»n« Sept. 8lh, 1910 


PERKECT SURROUNDINGS | 


rfi.i. cor 
LiteratuTt 
Mutic 

Houtehold S 


iiiiia 15 

Elocution 
Fine Arl» 

cimnce, etc. 


Splendi*! or»anlialinn. Ratci nioflerBtr. 
wRiTii TiiR rmisrirti, for < »i,».«pa(i 
KKV. J, J. HARK, Ph.D. 

Whilliy, Onl 



exception, - 

The woniiin's puge uf the Toronto 
Star has Itltely been publisl^lnK let- 
ters from bi^shiess women on the euV)- 
lect of the attit\ide towafds them of 
the men with xvhom the>- >ife thrown 
In contact. While .sonuj^f the glrla 
■ ompbiln of flatter\;,/^hich In such 
'ircumstances- is most nnnoyins-, others 
^.i> that they are treated with resjiect 
:ind consideration. One would be sorry 



mother." Tenn>son afterwards relat 

ed the Incident to a friend In this way. 

"I read it In u cabin on the deck. The,' 

Princess sat close to me on one 8ld« j 

and a ynunj? lady--whom I didn't know j 

on the other. The wind carhe. through ] 

an open window, and the -Princess | 

whispered. Put on your h^t.' but I 

said I ought, if possible, to make my-j 

self balder than ever before so many 

royalties. She said again. Gh.' put It ' 

on I '.so I did. and I heard afterward; 

that the Kln^g of Denmark's court fool,; 

who. was In the background (they ' 

really kept a court ' fool), remarked.! 

'He may--bfr laur ea te. rb"t he— ±uia jiotj 

learned <;ourt manners." When I ^vIlsi 

done the ladies praised me and 1 pat- i 

ted the- unknown pne on the bacltTiy- 

Vay of reply, and pre.sently 1 found 

out she was the Kmpretjs ot Rusida." 

"Had -you any talk with the Ciar?" 

"Hardly any." He said he couldn't 

speak Kngllsh. Perhaps he was dis-j 

gusted at my patting his wife on tlie 

back,: His head was up in the 'cabinj _.___,_ --»-r.rwi » -^t^-* w».t 

celling as he walked aljout bdow." j MARGARET ANGLIN 

, M. A. P. has this to. say ■ of , the/'*"^* „ ,.i„,,i,,h 

Duchess o( Carlisle: It often- hap- 1 '" ' ^' ' ' „. ^. „ 

pens that the Countess of Carlisle! "Jhc Awakening Of Helena KlChlC 



EAT FRUIT 
WhileYouCan 

Fine Red Plums, li.-i-^kct 40c 
Fine Blue and Yellow 
Plums, l)y.skol ...... .50c 

Peaches, very nice, jht Khs- 





Opera House 



OWE HIOKT OWLY— SATUHDAT, 
AXTttUST 6. 



MPNDAY, AUOUST 8th. 

The I li.'it iiisui.'-lii-d Aclre.x.i 



I G, 



Jakes heri'lafe in the pulpit, and In 
llhe private chapel attached to Na- 
worth Castle, the family's) seat in. 
Cumberland, she has* been/knO,wn to 
conduct- the whole service, sermon and 
aili; But temperance is one of the fUv- 
orlte I lollies of the Counte.sa, and in 
tht-", '-- i" other matters, she has al- 
ways backed up her opinions by, 
actloii. In her opinion, the e.vcesSlvej 
number of publlc-hoii.se.s is the grentr 
In think that the la.tter was, not the 1 ^..^^ obstacle to temperance reform 



The new pl'i.v In fo..r acls, adapted 
from Marfijret 1 "eland's novel, by Char- 
lotte Tho'm{>Bon, Nothersole, man- 
ager. 

rHI('KS~riOc to- J2.tn>. Seals on sale 
I n> ji. m. Friday. >lnll orders will re- 
ceive tlieir usuhI nllentlon. 



rule in alt cities. A business m.in 
"fitits his work done.,. The more plea.s- 
-.->'\,"W-V as: well as efficiently It Is done 
file better. The .rooTlsh, lUtle girl who 
thinks more of her pretty face nnrtbe- 
> omlng dress than of her du ty ii iHyre- 
eeh-p compliments but her engage- 
ment will be short. But beauty or at- 
ira(-tlyems8 is no draw back to the 
womanly girl who Is determinr-d to do 



and, as evidence of her practical l.c-j 
lief in this, haaherself closed many | 
■public hons- i-->p<miiig them ni<; 

coffee-palui • 1 ladyship has al- 

wavB been a strong supporter of the 
woman's rhovement, STie has carried' 
her convlji-tionB, that women shoiilijj 
not be supplahted by men iti vCT^rki 
which they cWt^ properly perform, t-. 



lier work as well us It can be done, i tlu; length of enu'J".ving only fem^ 
It is rarely that .j»uch an emphivee is ! -servants in her eatablishmt-nta. Tbei Vaudeylll* 
annoyed -by thrjoiijertrneiice of any | visitor will 1<m»1<; in vain for a chcf-Jni-^— 
m.nn with whom she Is working. If ! her Kitchen, a butler In her pflhtry. Jar 



New Grand Theatre 

WEEK AUGUST lit. 

Kftrry— THE itAYVII.I.ES — Elale 
l.illlpiTTTSh wonders and living ^iiarion- 
et lefl 
X,OZEI.I.E 

'l'ln> .\iiil WMiul-r 

AI. LAWRENCE 

\":ri.Ir'\ ill<-s Mri-ln'-u^iM.- romodlan 

MART ANN BRQ-WIT 

nm.vi eiieliHiitlnw eliaxacter 
riinipilii-nne. V^ 



JAMES BAY ACADEMY 

A Private High School 



thJH .ohould occur her ijatlve dellcacv 
and mother wit will Cind n way to 
prevent a repetition "f the offence. 



Mr. Inn St. (."Inirj wh» devote* so 
much of his tlmV and strength to 
Academic Department — l-'\ill mntrien- 1 leaching sehuol children to .qwlin has 
Inti-iii In Iwii \ '-,u s Snulents prepared j received fl-<im siune geilerous friend, a 

present which he values very much 
nnd f<u- which he is very grateful. It 



• fin H I'- I,, .-^ itiiil Mih)-r -xa in 1 na t i(inf< 
Splendid imatrloulatlon ■uoceeaea this 
■ummer. 

Commercial Department — .\ fully 

I eqiiliiped modern Husineaa Oollcg-e In 

I eliarge ftf uu e^P'^ri'-Mct-il Ootnnteroial 

Speciallal:, h dolA Medalist In 

^ ini f h/iinl Text booka furnlahad free to 

■tndenta of this department. 

Day and B-vening Olaaaea. 
'' A.i.lr.-.^; all in.inlrl.'s |m 

The FrlBclpal, Jamea Bay Academy, 
( . .. Khone_aou. igh .M.-.iina.-aiu ,'.; 



is a rubber luUbing Muif whiten will 
enable the thspeeii.r trt renin in in the 
water without, becorning chilled. The 
ilonor has not given his or her' name 
r-siri""^' "" "'tempt will be made to -tl+fr- 
cnver it but Mr. StT-'nSTf declnr.-s 
iinihtng roiild have been of niore tlse to 
him than the thoughtful gift. 



or a foot mnnTTV her hull. 



Next Sunday on her trip tlie 

Thousand' Island, the steamer li"(iiiol« 
will stop 2 hours at Ganges harbor. 
Picnic pnrtle.>« cnti bring their baskets 
and lunch under the trees .-in some of 
the i)reU.v tinnks near the lamping. 
Take V, & y, train, leaving Victoria 
at !'.45 a. m. , .■'■(■■ \ 



r 



The Heart of a Piano is tho 
Action. Insist on 

OTTO rilGEL" 

Piano Action 



UNIVERSITY SCHOOL FOR 
GIRLS 

rilve-WoUey House, 0«k Hny. Vic- 
toria, B.C., high-grade day snd board- 
ing <iqho61 for young ladiea of all 
ages. .Ml Buhjflcta taught Pro*. 
pectus on application. 

Princip«l~-Mr». 8t«dK«nn, C«rt. Eng. 



Corrig College 

B«««on HUl Vark ▼iotorla, B. O. 

Select HiRli-fJrnde I-)ny and 

BoardinR (^)lb^ge -for UnyiH of H 
lo 1 Ij years. riennements of 
weM-nppolnl>?d Kenllenieir.>i home 
in Invely B>'i<ci>ii Iflll I'nrk. Num- 
ber limited. Outdoor wports. f'ro- 
I>nred for nusliie.'^.s I.t/e or Pro- 
feuHlonul or T^nlversltv PXsmlnA- 
tlons. Pees Inclunhe end strict- 
ly modprnle. A few vaeanrles at 

"»ttuiumh tci'rn, Septomber ,J«t. 
Vrlnolpkl, J. W. OXVaox, K.A. 



Queen's Academy 

3715 Book Bay Avenue. 



.\ liny .«('lion| f(ir Klrlr. ..f ,,lt ;(i;ev 

Re-Opena Thursday, Sept. 1st 

KlvPh 



Deafhess Cannot be. Cured 

by local appUcHtions, as ,thP.r rST^noT 
reach the. diseased ponton of Ihe^eafT 
There Is only f)ne way to cure deaf- 
ness, and that Is by constitutional 
remedies. I~)enfnes,«i Is caused by tin in- 
ttained condition of the mtJ(eun<is lln- 
Thg of the KuKtachiiui 'I'ube, When 
this tube Is Inflajnied you have a 
niinbilng sound or lnij)erfect hearing, 
! and >v lien it la entirely closed deaf- 
! ne,-?."! is the result,, and unless t-he In- 
i tlnnimatlon can be lnk<>ii out and tht.i 
. tube restored to it.-* moniHl condllion, 
j hearing will be destroyed forever; nine 
jeaoeM out of ten iire mused by Catarrh, 
whiich is nothing but an inflnmed con- 



-McCOKMACK - IBTINO — Eleanor 
THOS. J. PRICE 
WB-W MOVING PICTUBES 



ROMANa THEATRE 

TONIOHT 

"Tankeanna," liiip. dr.-inia I ooii feet. 
•'The Sheriff of Black Qulch," wp.«tern 
dra.niJB.— H><>" ft- "Volendam," Holland, 
sconlc, educntlonnl. "Man Trlea Bkl-lng 
Comedy Ncfeam. The Waahtngton Quar- 
tette, .sonir, 'M'vt- I nil lUnKS on My 
Fingers. Roman* Orchestra. 



TliorouKh. iiractlcHl inMtrncdon 
In nil KnKllfh .suhleeiK sk 'well «« 
the IiIkIhm- tifnnrhPM r.f .stvidx 

For furl he,- InforniMtlon call om i 
nrMrrss ». D. FOPS, Z>Zi. H., 

I'honc UO^ rrinclpal. 



In 



[dltloii of the mncuoiis surfaf-es. 

We will gi\e One Miimlred" I^ollfirs 
for any icune of fieafneas (caused by 

catftrrh') tiiAJ eniinot lie cured by 

! Hull's Ciitarrh Cure. .Send tnr circulars, 
I'ree. 

K. .1. <'HKXKV ^ Ci»., Tfjtffd0..O.. 
Sold b\- druKgi.stS, T,'i 



Wanted pirpils "tor " 
rake Hall's l-'amily Pills for constipar i "' *'.' kinds.— Mr«. 



tlon. 



Specially Good In Quality 

(inr Batter nt 35c or ."'3"" IW;; • 

for > ti.oo 

l-'flney Trupk of Tea wltli look, 
eontftins" 8 Ibe., for :flvOO 

.St.. Ivfl l.unclioon Tong\,ie, 
Unnii) Tongue, etc. Potted . Vur- 
ninuttr~Bloater find Anchovy Paste 
In GlHss Jnra, very nent nnd de- 
llulous, 

OtVe us « Irtnl. We shall value 
your patronnpre. 

ERSKINES' (GROCERY 



Phon 



■nA Qus 
e lf6. 



Garrette presents Canada's fore- 
most actor 

Harold Nelson 

.Villi n'-MH-!,i:i plaver.";. In 

"Pierre of the Plains" 

(Sir Gilbert Parker's picturesque play 
of Western Canada.) 
I'rices — i;ric, 60c, 75c, $1.00. Seats on 
sale. Tliiir.sdsy, AiiRust -(tli. 



EMPRESS THEATRE 

Oeorge A. Zie^elle, Manager. 

Victoria's Exclusive Picture House 

Showing only the Beat pictures ob- 

tnlt>at)le 

SPECIAL MATINEE TODAY 
FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN 

fJrop in for a cool, oulet, restful hour. 
Our pictures iire ninkltiK the Xmpreea 
thentre popular. 

Comi- and hrinu .\-oiir friends. 



Pantages Theatre 

frSBX AUOUST let. 



Broutbton BtrMt 



IjCwIs & Lake Co., pre."i«nt another 
Kreat double hill 

"BvrrAxo MtLv* 

A Wild We.«H niot and 
"-WKOSX BABT ABX TOtrt" 

wxxiii. wxosB Ams Toxrt 

New Chorus, Special Kettlrigs. Sw«11 
SViow. A great amusement bargain. 
Prices IS and 25 cents! • 



MAJESTIC THEATRE 

• TATE8 8TRBET. 

Wisere Bverjrbodjr 0o«k 
rrlday and BaturAfty 

Hon't miss seeing this great Mil, 
"SMfmmnt vt the Xl«bty aeep,** Kdf- 
,ion. "The PargatlOB," bloKraph. "Oof- 
fee omtnre." «Tlie' X*n Boom Bojrs," 

jrreat comedy. 

Cheap reading ft»r - c»Tnir*!r'|r and 
others: We are clearing "a lot of our 
TBc copyrttht novela at 3Sc «tich. 
five for IL»0. Victoria Book * fltA* 



bTnidery, 'WotK 
Cliiudlo, 851 



a»*S>ffei«J%B»Al>?<»WJ*«?^^ 



■ •>■« w!iii»'i«-iwi*W."*«*'****''**'*'****~^^ 



'^-^Iff-l-^-jjgSaig.'tig^i^l^jW^WPft^'''-^^"-'!'^ 



■Wwwwffiliw y il ilJj i gw! *' 



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Saturday, Aug.ist G, 1910 



4, 



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Cl'ORIA DAILY €Oi:X)NIST 




The ClothesThat We Are 
Showing for the Fall 




from those which are being shown in the ordinary shop. They_air3]stiiictive, 
more snappy, and' made of cxclusiv£2HiSli2i§A-B^?l"^^>' selected and tailored 
bv the 

HOUSE "^ HOBBERLIN 



1 
MEEl 1 TYIER 



International Tennis Champion 
- Wins Tournament Singles 
' and Challenges Cup Holder 
—Finals All Afteroon 




To sec thc-c new Suits, ir i> nccc<^;\ry to gel you to come inu> the More. In 
(^rder to do ihis, we are making this special introductory offer, allMwnig vmu ju 
per cent, oif any_..suit VQU select. This is worth while '^avuig today. 



F I N G H-& FINCH ZX'Zl 



V'ictuii.'i's star U>niils player, R. P. 
Scliwengtjrn, hadn't much trouble yes- 
lotuiav 1)1 niowiiig his ^vay through 
thij»<> who MllH wtopti Ix'twwn hlni atid 
th(i right ti) meet .Tnv Tyler, of Hih)- 
kiino. 111 today's Cinal for the British 
('iiluinl)ia chumiHoiiHlili). lie first (Je- 
f fitted hi.s brother C'onrad Schweng- 
ors, in two Mtruight avts, i;-4, 6-4, he- 
fori) a lurKc and oiltlnisluHtic crowd 
and th<?ii cjiptun'd thu tournament fin- 
al uKuinat,- Marshall in a four set 
match. hl» upponcut nuinnging to g«.>t 
tht- second, T-fi. Only in this Htnglo 
instani'w did Marsbivil anywhere aji- 
Iironch the international cliampinn, the 
hitter's silrenglh' t)f serv.-, his aeeur- 
acy biitji at the ba.se line and from 
the net IjeiuK I'"' nuioii for tlie runner- 
up. S('lnYenKer.s and 'I'yltn- will play 
this afternoon at '1 o'elock. 

It ^v111 he a busy tinie -for Jo<> Tyler 
today. While lie iias dropped out of 
the men's doubles — which prrtnTTi.t* is 
fortunate ina.smucii as he will reiiyire 
most of his reserve for other engage- 
iTient s — he, i.s jjlated to play what 
lironfisea to 'be two strt'ifuous game?, 
'rhe first will talte' place in the fore- 
noon when he will partner IVfiss Ilob- 
son In a mixed doul>le ehampionshii) 
!'gain<^t\MRrshall and Mis."* Pitts. The 
."ecotul tsr J:he .afternoon feature when 
he will defend the British Columbia 
cup, ' 

On the conclusion of the finals the 
presentation of prizes will be made 'by» 
.Mfa. R. rP. R+tliet. The cdifntnittee 
feels much indebferl to the Ritiiet 
family for the consistent support ac- 
corded the ciiib. They have thrown 
themselves into Its activities lieSrt 
and soul and, it is dex-lared. are not a 
Htttc-Tpsponsihlfr for- tiie splendid suc'- 
^S3 which has been achieved this «ea- 




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DAY'S RESULTS ' 

yesterday' s results follow: 

Men's Singles. 
Bw_§qhwengers teat Conrad Schwen- 



havp not vet paid the special contri- 
bution of 50 cents to the tea fund 
should_du.-ao- without .faJL ...,___ 

TODAY^S GAMES AT 

THE TENNIS COURTS 




gers, 6-4, 6-4. 

S. J. Marshall lieat Uyall, 6-0, 4-6, 
6-1. 

B. Schwengers beat Marshall, .8-2,. 
5-,7, 6-1. 6-2. (final of class giving 
Schwengers right t :: -.-i Tyler 

lor title.) 

Men's Doubles, .. 

Schw«hger.*i and ('amble beat GU- 
Hatt and Jukes, 6-4, 0-4. 

Ladies' Singles. 
.Miss Alice Bell b^at.Mlss Hob.son, 
>olh of Vancouver, 6-2, 6-8, 6-1. 

Miss M. Pitts beat-Miss A. Bell, 6-1, 
G-1. - 

MtBS Phillips beat Miss Pearc«, f-2, 

Mlaa Pooiey b©il Mrk Probtait^f^*i^ 

It t " - ^ ■ 

"lilss PhlUiiis' ijtjat^'Kliss Ppoley, 6-3, 

Ladies' Doubles. - j 

Miss Havn*;s and >\n.s« Phillips tfeat 
JVta^-ereea :3:nd_ JilsB . Rofeejrtson, 6-0, 
9-t::—~ ■■'"■ --V- '- - — -:^ -'■ 

Miss Pitts and Miss Pooley ' b^at 
Miss Hobson. and Miss Allan, 6-3, 8-1, 
Mixed Doubles 

Marshall and Mis.s .M. Pitts beat 
Hepburn and Miss Pearce, 13-11, 6--S.' 

Cardinal and Mis? Allen beat Cra'W- 
ford and Miss Pitts, 6-3. 6-2. 

Matterson and Mr)>. 1-angIey beat 
Whyte and Mrs. ' '-'i. 6^i. 

Marshall and . s^^ltts beat 

Matterson and Mrsj L.ungley<, 0-4, ,6-'?t 



10.30 a.m. 
ivtlved doubles: Marshall and .Miss 
M. Pitts vs. T.vler and. Miss Hobson. 
Con.solatlon single (Hemf-final) Cam- 
l»i" \s P.urns. ' ,, 
2 p.m. 
Championship of British Columbia: 
Joe Tyler of Spokane, present holder 
vs. B. p. Schwengers, winner of gen- 
tlemen's singles. 

2.30 p.m. • I 

Pinals tn— ladies championship c>t 
British Columbia: ,M1S» M. Pitts vs. 
Miss U Phillips. ■ The title now is 
held by Mlsns Hotchkiss but She is not 
defending it. 

3.30 p.m. 

Ladies' Doubles, final: 
and Misa, U *hlllips v» 
and' Miss M. Pitts. 

3.30 p.m. 
'"■COhsoiatioB tjinglvH. final: Ja. !< 
Rithet vs.' winner of Gamble ,■ an+l 
Burns. 



,\1.HS Uayiio 
Miss Pooley 



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tlic car line betvveen~I^STlW0O~CI^M and t^ junction of Fort and Yates 
Sn-eeis. The house is a splendidly designed 7-roomed Bungalow, Tttddern 
ihronjrhout, with ffas connections in addition to electric light. It has'r^arge, 
attic running Wftaleknith, and lias a dry and roomy cellar. . The lot^has ii 
frontacre "f ^i*^ f^f" 
Tne the h 



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ou:,t; 1^ without comparison anywhere in this locality, the roSfes ^rbwn 



arc equal to any, bot^Jlousc. varieties. 



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Vancouver, 1^6; S-i,^:f: 

NOTES BY UMPIRE 



lELL SIORY OF 

THEIR mm 



-Montreal, Unsuccessful Minto 
-Cup Chasers^ tell: East of 
Weste.m Lacr osse— Highly 
Respect New Westramster 



To ha n- lie thi: 



$2 



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t .'irran.i^-ed to suit [)urcHaser, either h\ in. nil Ivly instalments pr-doTig^ •term p;: v 

*■ . '■ ments. 

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ADVERTTsE IN THE DAILY COLONIST 



Bv dint of keeping six courts busy 
from 10 am: tlJi. 8 p.m. tlwj commit- 
tee nianaked ■ to curi^y out_the full 
programme for yesterday and Satur- 
day will bo flven over entirely to 
finals. , ' . ' 

Contrari^ W^tttpcctations these will- 
claim attention' both t.norn'lhg and af- 
ternoon as the, same players are 
largely engaged in alt the events. 

The eVetit of yesterday was the lin- 
al in. the men's singles which, how- 
ever, was a rather taiuo affair, Mar- 
shall falling to extend, Schwengers 
who beat liim C-'i, 5-7, 6-1, 6-2; u to- 
.UU^+»f 23 games toll". Marshall play- 
ed upon the second set when ScUwen- 
gpi:s eased off, l»ut-l't was "nlv n fla.sh 
In the pan and the last 1 • • 'c 

a. procession. 

It would bo well If next year the 
committee reverted to the time-hon- 
ored custom of separating. the kt)own 
enu k players in the draw and bo on- 
- their coming tos:(;ther in the fln- 
It is rather poor business to find 
the Vancouver players for Instance 
putting themselves out of the compo- 
titioi: 

•n,, J,; ,, . ,,.rt,-; r.r Srii-.' 

Ing Tyler and re<:o\eriiiK tin- '■up toi- 
his native province are good. H.c will 
tnit up a good game but ' slric.ff' M'C^ 
l.;urney left Spoken "Joe" has hud no 
strong player to practice with and he 
admits being short of work. Still it is 
the unexpected tliat happens and it 
battle' royal may be expected with the 
issue in iloiibl imlll thrre .sots out of 
five .<<■ ■...,'. (he 

other. 

Schwengers and Comble had quite' 
a task to dispose of Ollll!) tt and Jukes,' 
the hiM,. r niaUiliJ-' '""i i.;;iiu'-s In .ach 
seti 

— Miss Plflllips furnislied live surprise 
of the daVby defejiting Miss Pearco in 
the morning and 'Miss Pooley in-the 
afternoon.. Miss Pcarce played a final 
game and only succumbed tn the 
stonewall defence of Miss Phillips who 
pUiced the ball, near the base line with 
clock work regularity. ' - '. - 

Miss Pooley by no means did justic" 
to lierseifi in fact, she has played l>e- 
low her form all througii the tourna- 
ment. C»n paper the final ladles' 
doubles hetwc'en JMlss Hayiie and Miss 
Phillips and Miss Pooley and' Mi.tS, M. 
Pitts will bo a very close affair. -ML's 
riilllips also meets Miss M. Pitts In 
the en I) competil'«n in consr-q.uencc of 
TliTcletem of Miss Hotchkins and will 
give the lirilllant little player all she 
can do. 

All tlw \'niir'. liver |dayers..are out 
of the fInalH, in f;icl the onlj-, '>utflldf>'r 
is J(H» Tyler r^o llirtt whatever Mie fin- 
al iMSue Victoria wU* capture rncHl "f 
the events. 

A Inrge ,i,tten<lance 4s expe.ted I0- 
iliiy iirid the CoinniUtee wish the geti- 
rW-al public to know that r'veryone is 
welcome, alao that ail members who 



The Montreal Lacr iub artTVed 

Trniic~HT^' on Saturday, July 30, by C. 
P R. at S.'iS from, their- unsuccessful 
trip wc-^t in quest of the MInto cup 
held ' by New Wc-tmlnpter. All the 
party looking fit and wel 

The general opinion . . 

and of the ofli<:iaJs was that the bel- 
ter team won, but it was also said that 
if .Montrenl had had a better ^hakc 
from the officials in the first same the 



result 



liavu 



score, if not the 
been different. 

At half time,. in llie iir:st match 
New \Ve.stmltialer„ were leading 5-i. 
and in the third (juarter Montreal were 
given forty minutes in penalties. 

The western corretipondents credit- 
ed .Montreal with .sixty minutes for the 
game, but reall.v they were given nine- 
ty minutes. The lavlnhiiess wlth_whlch 
penalties were handed to "Srohtreai 
Jilayers wasi ' freely commented on by 
New \V('M(niin.'--tiT suppoi't. v- i'-iu- 

selves. 

Conditions were against an eu.siern 
team also.' The New. Westminster 
•■round h;iH .1 ' luurteen-toot drop from 
lune goal to tlu- other, and the ground 
is a small one at'lJiat- ' , . 
_^'4ve-.wtH»le- p«r^yT-how»verr -wei-e 1 u d 
in their pra4|e. of New Westminster as 
a lacrosse t'entre. 

"The greatest lacrosse town.on the 
map" one enthusiast styled It. -"When 
Montreal played the two games the 
Ijusln^ss^wMs stopped for the day."— • 
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Black Cotton Sox, pair, L*,'jC _V, ..i ',,_..' „ ,-i« gn>?-- ^ 

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SCISSORS AND RAZORS 

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Pocket Knives »' ■ '"' -'oc U' $2.25 

Razors, $1.50 .• • ••• $2.25 

Also a.nice line of Chilian Silver Table Cutlery 

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Yachts. 1 ioro is a 1)i^. iioworlul. boat, with (|uict' 
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SUCCESS IN FIGHT 

WITH WHITE PLAGUE 

.-Sir. Lauder Brunton Says Tuberculosis 
Can Be Made Scarce As 
Leprosy 

I .\i'i)\ AiiK. r.. 'I'lio pralotlcal mi- 

nihilatlon of tlT>c Hcoyrgeof consuinptlun 
was prophoHleA by Sir La\idcr„ Brunton 
«i thfi annual donKreBs of the Royal In- 
stitute of Public Iloaltli. wlijcU met at 
BlrUPnhcad last we?l<. , • 

Tive Kront pliyslclan, npeaklnK as 
pri'sldoni of the. jjrPvenUve, niedlcint^ 
and vital .Mtati'imics «<>ctioti, aaid> '•JCocU"'a 
rltMcoverv of the tubercular bnclllus Un» 
(^nrilMcd us to oombat with conHlde.'al)lo 
Huc'CCRfl tlio'wTitle plfiKUO, con-^ruuption, 
thill foul diiiPase ■which soolns to curry 
off n« HK victims the most beautiful, 
tiio rnoKt intellectual, the nyosi Kalntly, 
and mo.m lovable of iho boupohold. 
• ■•Wc now havf^ knowlcKlKO which. If 
propcrlv nnd ."iclontlflcniry and con.slant- 
ly nppilcd., will miiI<o consumption aH_, 
rnrc in this c'umtry m* VcprO.iy is at thn 
prcsfiiit tlmi<. But hR ono dl.«cii-«e> dlft- 
aiipciLrs anoliief Hcciiif* to come forward 
ApjipmllcitlB nui,'<t now be Kriipplcd with. 
U.4 prevalence i"efrris tn he due td mod- 
ern niethods in the-propnrfition of Cooib" 







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9»%vr4my, AufuM «, 1910 






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ATHLETICS 



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BASEBALL CARD 
ISVERYINVIM 



Spirits of Seattle and Victpria 
Teams Try Conclusions Tliis 
Afternoon /— Beacon ' H-HS 
[VIeet Empress 



: WINNERS OF THE 

SEAWANHAKA CUP 



I WARDS THE CITY'S 



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Tho list <'>( wjnnors of the 
Seawunhiika Cup is as follows: 

iS'Jf) — EthfeUvynh. -^Urslte^-^ 
States. ' ■ ' - '■ 

isne— Glcncalrn, Canada. 

1897— Ol^nculrn IT:. Gayula. 

1898 — Dominion, Oiinadu 

1899— Cloricairn .111,, Can.cu.i 
: '■ J900— Kedcoat, Canuda 

1901 — SenaoviHe. Cauiida,.^^'- 

1902 — Trident, Cianada. 

1903— Thorolla- XL, ' Cal^ada. 
- fWt^^^N-oornuT Canada-. 




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TODAY'S FIXTURES 



YDung.Ball Players.pf Norliiei 
. District Capture-Title 



■:IVIatch 
■Club's.Standing 



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Tliis iiltirnoon's baseV)all card is 
most invitlns. The Spirits, of SeuttK 
whp will oppose Vtetorlu are fast-trttrl ; 
clever. They are one of the beat nines 
that hitve visited the clt.v this season. 
'I'here TS'Trorthe sUgiitesct doubt thirt 
W attalet's pct8— will ^wvm ..Jjx. ext end 
thtun.selves to : make any ' headway 
against the Seattte" amiiteura. The 
hitler, it is. .said, have been" material- 
ly strengUiened duriiig 'the ya«t tew 
weelis and are comli^g determined \j& 
show the locals' the way. However, 
the latter have been drilllnK hard'und" 
a g-hmce at their Hne-uii, putllislied 
in tlu'se coliihins yesterday, Is all that 
.la ne£fi.asary . top rg V e that ~th e s t r o n g- 
^st.flvajlable l>unch_has been muster- 
ed for th^-oricaslon. 

The day's secondary attraction 
at Beacon Hill Park — the Beacan 

^HIH-Empress game — Is on event 
not to be sneered at by the tans. 
Every time these two local nines have , 
competed they have furnished . aj 
branch of baseball -^x-redlt to them- I 
selves and very pleasing to watch. 
The Hills are youngsters as to age- 

-bttt^-ln-l5all—tarttrs— they are vets. Tllc: 
Efhpress lads, taltingr them in the.ag- 

- gregate arc"'a liitle older than their 
experience glves-them just the neces- 
sary amount" of steadiness to msjike 
them formidable opponents for the 
kiddies. It should be a first-class 

.match. — --.-.— ., 

• The 1 liie Empress-Beacon 

■ JuUn g.-nic wUI lake the field iis fol- 
lows at Beacon HlTir^^ " 



1905 
Slates. 
1910 

Slates. 



Manchfxter', 

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The~T'acific handle i: um-uis 

only, but professionals are allowed to 
shoot for exhibition records. The lead- 
ing ■ prof essloaa.1. was' R. W. -Clancy, of 
eh+caso. who. broke 93 tap*t«>t».: — ' ^ '"» | Otiit B uy ' 
events whleh precede .Jhe handicap, 
^m»tts^rt out really the most ^ensatlonat 
performance of the three days' shooi. 
Mrs. All. Topperweln. a professlojial of 
Han Antonio, T.exas._i4wi!aLJit^.:*core.<if 
100. This performance it is— said, has 
only once been ecjiialed In a regular 



tournament. 



Emjir. 

Holdeij 
AVinsb\ 
Plumni. 
Johns (capt.) , 

Baker - 

Shanks 
H. Mci 
1 Miican 



1' HlLLon. Beacon Hill 

!!< r. . Scott 

. :~r. r^Poxvnai«ry: 

■•■: ..O'Rourke (c.) 

.-lid bu.se. ■ . . ■ . Uravelin 

3rd 1)ase . . ." . ... Russell 

. . s. s .~3IcTDougaTt 

left field. B. Steele 

-.ntre tield. . .. E. Steele 

. ' . or Monk ■ 

right field , . . T. Oravilln 



Woman's Fine Shooting. 

SK.\TTI>F:, Aug. 5.— .1. J. i,aw of 
Atr'-rdtrn, AVa.sh.. won the I'acific Coast 
liaiiiUoap. ' tlu' big card and Ibml event 
Hi' t!!f iiiieistatb association trap .shoot 
I'lf Hla.scf)re was 97 targets Viroken 
J of n possible lOU. T. A. Drydun of 
■ ttta" WaMii was second, with 94, and 
!\ A. Nfl.'^MM lit" Vaci'lt. iblrd, with 93. 



WORLD'S RICHEST 

IV!AI\I FOR AM HOUR 



Jack Johnson, champion heavy- 
weight, was the richest inan in the 
world .for one hour July 4 last. He 
was in' the ring for not quite bn-e-4»our 
— tile time lacked tljree mhiutes of 
totalling sixty. Hlsu-u.urk -from the 
time he iKgffn fighting till Tex Ric"kard 
lieTd up his glove deciartng him tlie 
w:inner, .nett ed, him $120.t>00. Compare 
tfiis with some oiner incomes :.rr ~ 

Income 
per hour. 



(■■•' \i':;'i \\.:'-' _.ip,'''r '-i-.-iMl! nine. 

Journeyed to Oak Bay on VVednesduy 
evening, to play, the i5ak Bay Juniors . 
in tlie city '.jiuiioV leajjue^^The jjtiys, 
wearing blue and whltjv|Jay^-3iui4i|ijt.' 
ball, from start until the game, was 
called on account of darknessT All- 
thpmifjh the losers put tip a gbod flfiht 
The sivore was as Ifpllovvs. ^ 

Innings 12 '3 4 5 (5 7 



, Tennis — c'hamplonijhJjjs at .2 . 
6'cTock icit the A^lctofia "cTuli)' 
courts, Cladboro Bay nmd. 

Baseball — Victoria vs. Spirits 
Seattle) at 2.30 o'clock af the 
Royal > .A.tiiletlc is'rourids. Bea- 
con Hill vs. Emin-ess at 4.15 
. o'clock at Beacon Hill I'ark. 
sXvlmming— Secnd half of B. 
C. Swirnniing e/iampionships 
. at 'the Gorge. I , ■ : ' .^ 

" ^rlcket^^^^ncforraT^'vi: --Sitlf v 
rard J 4Varnoouver") - -M-r~:-all-44i|y 
;x'rickot match, at 10.30 o'clock 
on the Jubilee groimds. AI-— 
bions.'-vs. Col wood on the hit- 
ter's Crease. Alblons vs. Saan- 
ich at 2.^0 o'clock tit Beacon 
Hill. ■ . , - 

1"he Gunr-Shpot at WlUows 
. t'raps-at-- n^'^tnr-ir — mid-erv-ithe- 
• uuspipes. '■; ih. 1 apitaj, Q-Cin^ 
'TMub. ■" ■ ' '"" 




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North ^ Wm-{L....».3.._l. .3 . 1 ,. .1.. -i^, '— l" 
The batteries were: North Ward: 
Meldram and Williams; Oalt I'.ay, 
Purbery and Hans. 

— ■^Wr*<-}r ftvmi H i niJ Jred -a very l ntp*»>^ 
tial game. 



i;y defeating Oak Tay* the North 
Ward nine wins th*' city "Junior- bust-.- 
ball- league for 1910.' 

Tlir standiiiK of the Ti-ains: 

P. W. 

North Ward .t6 ^it~ 

Beacon Hill « * 

Oak Bay 

Centra! 



CRICKETERS HAVE 
THREE ITCHES 



.- Nami'. 
Jack Johnson 



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3.640 
2.165 
270 
650 
500 
330 
60 



John D. Rockefeller 
.Czat_of. Jill as i a 
King George V 

Caruso . .■ 

Mary Garden . 
Harry— -fjautier 
lienry Miller 

Also Biggest Fight Purse 

The pur.se for ■ Which Jeffries 
Johnson fought was $121,000, 
liirgest ever offered. It' corii pares With 
other purses in this Way: 

Nelson-'Oans. Goldtteld i.. $(>9',71,5 

Jeffrifs-Sharkey, Coney lslan,d 67,000 
Jeffrii-s-Pitzsimmons, Cont-v 

Island "0 

Jeffriee-Corbett, 'Prt.- ui 

Corbett-McCo\-,,J^'evv York . 
_Britt-X®l6oa...<jFrlsdo (JJO j) 
Corbe' tt ' »ahaf ite y, N ew Y ork 



and 

the 



LACROSSE TEAM 

OFF FOR VANCOUVER 



Bx. last night's Vancouver boat 

there left the twelve lacrosse players 
on .whom the enthuBlasta of this, city 
are depemllng to defeat Vancouver in 
the . provincial league match which 
takes place then- today. They were 
in charge of Manager Sweeney-, who 
recently won the Pacific northwest 
mile chanipionslilp, Befoi'e leaving he 
declared that jthe members of the 
tearti were in splendid [ihysical con- 
dition iind might be depended on to 
make a credltabl/> showiiig. 



All Day— Game Between Vic- 
toria^ and Burrard Teams 
ai Jubilee Grounds — Albions 
Busy 



Second Section :0f pf-C, Cham- 
pion stiip Races Will Bring 
-^-©t»t-Mat^y €-ntHe:S-afKl Keefr 
'■'Competition 



j- 



CrOdfrey, .F Crompton,.E. S. Crttppcr, 
Victoria Y. M. C. A. 

100 Yards, Junior champlonB*htp< H. 
Krceman, F. V. Henderson, S. G. Bald- 
win, Vancfjuv&r -Y. M. C. A.; J. Cam- 
eron, y. Palmer, C. Brown, Victoria 
Y. M./c. A. 

Tub race: H. Freei;nan, Vancouver 
C. C. B. B.; C. E. Hopp.er, H. E. i.:ronip- 
toii,H.'S. Young, Victoria Y. M. C. A. 

Z20 .Y.'irds, Senior chain pioua hip: J. 
Wilson, unattached; R: Margetson, un-' 
attached; F, Crompton, E. S. C.ropper, 
Vtctoriti Y. M. C. A. f 

Ladies 100 yar,d championship :/M1.'<s 
M. Grli'nn, ^liss H. RIdout, Mlsa l» 
Hay, Victoria .Y. M. C. A. 
— Gi-easy.poi*'.— :H"-. S. -¥««»»; — ^R. E. 
Cromptoni Victoria Yj M-- C. A.; II. 
Eriijummu :■ Vi.inco ji.vjEr C .\ C. B. B.; t-^. 
(i. Baldwin. Fi 'E. (.'oy, W. M. Ander- 
.'ioti, Viirteouv^r Y. M. C. A.'; F. A. 
Came, VictorlRY. M. C. A-; P. Palm- 
.,r, Victoria unattached, P, R. Pomfret, 
\V. Long, C. E. Hopper, L. Beckwlth. 
Yards senior championship; J. 
V\ i l.son, uwt r.tn rhyrt ;' R. . M h T;gf taon, ww-^ 




'■ '■ ■ second section of the i' ■' 
Chunipionshlp Bwlm'mlHg- ,- cimie.si - 

-VvUiiiib wlU-,.-take — place-ihi»-4v t tertu> o i i 

lit the Gorge th ere will b S- one .event 
of special Importance namely, thai in 
vvhlclr W. - WUaon, df Vancouver, and 
Frank Crompton, of ' this city, will 
meet:"°*ttTt*y are slated'" to J .come to- 
gether oncc'at Tea.«rt, the most probable 
I'veht being the two hundred and twen- 
ty yards. It Js Just posslbleThat thejr 
will try out In the...litt.v yaird dash as 
well but that Is pfcoivUHnartieal. Wilson 
is the'mun who defeated Crompton at 
\'ancouVer,..-^'innlng the. title from the 
Litter. Ij^'ls the opinion of those who 
saw Uie ra.ce that the Victorian can 
t.ike the measure of the Terminal (>tty 
exponent. Crompton does not discount 
thf ability of his rival. If o says that 

they swim at about the same speed, G. _l.ia_ldwin", F._E^ Coy, -Vanroirw-T Y. 
but focls rea»<mably conlldent of be- M, c^ ltr~IiS"Gray:, JSTW." HolU^lRum, 



attai.iFitjiT; 

J. Hannnh, Victoria Y. M. C A.; Geo. 

T, Slmiis.on, Vancouver Rowing Club. 

TTpset canoe; H. i-'Veemnn. N'rin couv er 
(■ : b:;.H. a: Yoiii Hop- 

.).-: i; u:, Crompton, Vi- i . M. C. 

A.; McC.iit.-r iirother»r- V-4oturraT> B. 
A.- A. 

Diving, senior championship: R. E. 
•Crompton, Vlctooria Y, M. C. A.; H. 
FreemiTn, Vancoitver C, C. B. B.;.S. G. 
Baldwin,' F. E. C oy , W . M. Anderson. 
Vancouver Y. M. C. A.; F. A. Carne, 
J. Camgron,-^-''n^i' >na '"" y '' " W - c. a.; f. 
Palmer, victoria . vnaltached; F. 
CroTnpton7~P. R. PomfrefT -C. E. Hop- 
per, victoria Y. M. C. A. 

X-lfe saving, senior champloiK^lup: .s. 



GET NEW 
NATS FDR VICTDRY 



Vancouver Lacrosse Twelve 
to Get NeW' Westminster's 
Goat In To.day's League 
Match — Strong Teams 



VANCOtTVER, Aug. 6,— O:.- r,f ihQ 
features of tlie big lacrosse game to 
,bt ;plax.ed_ At Ret>F«ta-Llon park totnop— 



B.C.A.S.A, Meeting 
This evening at the Y.M.C.A. .sum- 
mer eaitiji at the Gorge, a m.eeting of 
the B.C.A.S.A. Is Civlled, to commence 
at S.p'clovk This is the annual meet- 
ing of til Mtion and at it bu^l- 
nes.s of 1; , ! ce i§ to be dtscii.sse4, 
and a full attwulancevii.H r^>|u(Sted. By 
this, time tonight all of the B.C. swini- I 
.i7,o<i(? jniing championshlpB for the y«iar li^lu j 
43,:ni I wlU liuvu been decided.- and 'the final'! 
4S.')0o|.busin>>ss-fwthe year \^tll be woi.ind' m; ; 



As usual <i n iM'U-rs wljl be excpe,d- 
ingiy active today. Tennis, biiscbaU, 

rowdng+iii' .ing, "irjni'Xr'"^''' •'■'"' 

ail may . wltii many- -VU'torla- 

sportsinen In the summer cricket goes 
on interminably. There tire three 
matches down for this afternoon, the 
chief of which Is the contest In' which 
the Victoria and Burrard (Vancouver) 
teams will engage at " th<> Jubilee 
grounds. The- others are Atblons vs. 
Strawberry Vale af Beaci'in Hill, and 
.\ibion vs. Colwood on the latter's 
creasi'. ' 

^ For the first mentioned match, Whleh 
■will commence at 10.30 o'clock, .spe- 
cial HrrangennTits have been made. An 
adml.s8(on fei' of 25 , cents will , be 
charged all but ladies and clUB'mem- 
;bor8. Afternoon tea^-wHl be served the 
idayers at 4 o'clock and an hoinr later 
thiwe present will be regaled with the 
same' beverage,, 

Subscribe hr THE COLOI^ST 



ing a bit- to - t u rn -tbfr-^i^l g>--4n-toea^ 
waters. — " — ^ — —^—.- 

The programme will open at 3 o'cloc.k 
Iiromptly and is being conducted under 
the auspices of ' " al association 

with thi- form;i1 :i of the B. C. 

■Att- A, •^•T77-'-"==B"^l<l>-< .Wilson there will 
be a- large; contingent of competitors 
from Vancouver,- i*r*etica.ily-;4»44 — t hose - 
will,' took -jJart In, tlie opening races at 
the' Terminal City are cxpeeteit d'o^v'fi.. 
There will be a numln^r from this Cl^ty 
who did not go to tho, mainland so 
that itjjn asst^ped that there w^ill be 

'iio lack ■■•' '--n' : '■-- *!■, Mfferent 

shonors. 

Tbo Ci"!;;..:. U- ii.il '-i i-\ riil.-^ lOllOWlM. 

Championships * 

Fifty yards;.- ^ ■ 

Two hundre4-a»d twenty yards. 
Half mile. 
Diving competition. 
Life-saving competition. 
Junior 100 yards under 18. 
lyadles' 100 yard championship. 
,• ,;. Extras.. 

Upset can6X9;- '~i aitttL . ' 

Wash' tub .race. 

Oreslsy pole. J 

The entries fothiiw: 

fiO yards, senior c^aroplohsjiipi J. 
Wilson, \'ancouver unattached; >>?, T. 
M. Barne-tt. S.G. Baldwin. W.M. An- 
derson, A'ancouver Y. M. C, A.; H. H. 



<:purr\f:, F.-.eroTOpt«Wr|-row — afternoon, bprsvean thosir*"'oIcl 

rivals) New VVestmlnster and Van- 
couver, la a molister automobile par- 
ade;- -The Seattle Automobile Club, 
fifty strong, supplemented by the 
-Vgfiegt»^er-Aut<>*t^b/ -will attend -the 

gfime.' .:-— ^ — — — .-_ -- 

This will be Hhe first opportunity 
that a immber of the American Jauto - 
ists haVe _ha^d ^of_. w^t^nesB4ng_a..ia£ra8^ 
game, and tlTere'Ts just a chance that 
"they may become so Impressad with It 
that u twelve would be organized iaj 
the Sound City, which would enter 
tlifc lea«;ue- next BeQ.son. 

The east side of the grounds will be 
staked off for the machines, a,nd they 
will line-up in a row) They might 
.c.o.me .i.n...h9,ndy..al8o, as It is hard to 
tell what will liappen at one of Can- 
ada's niUlonal games, with such hot. 
rivals as Vancouver and New- West- 
minster. 

If the""Vancouvers don't win thia 

game against the aalmonbellles, then 

■ " •• prospects for bringing the Mlnto 

\< to Vancouver this year will not 

^ . ., . .-i. . , ! ''^ ^'^^ brigJi^:.^Hut QxEi boys are con- 

i has been made to the local fijeut they can turn the trick and to 



Vancouver, Y.M. C. A.; P. R. Pom- 
fret, W. A. Long, Victoria Y. M. C. A. 



NEW POWER BOAT 

FOR V ANCOUVER 

_VSB.^ Alfgr-*; — A«-«! i -. 



.V,.- if; i%,j^fleet— through the purchase 
by Oapt. E. B. Deane of the fine power 
cruiser D avy Jones, which has until 
recently been owned by Capt. J, C. 
Marmaduke of Seattle. This, will make 
two large jiower yachts and two of the 
fastest sailing yachtd on the coast tliat 
are now owned by-^-Gapt. Deane — 
enougrh In fact, to start a small yacht 
club of his own. 



City of Puebia Arrives. 
With 109 passengers, 17 of whom 
were for- this iwrt, the' City of Pu- 
ebia arrived at the outer wharf yes- 
terday morning from San Francisco 
after an uneventful passage. She 
carried a good cargo of grapes, apples 
peaches and plums for this port. Those 
who debarked at, .t^s port'are as fol- 
lows: At Hamilton, a. D. Smith, 
U. S. Clark and wife, Geo. A. Taylor, 
Chas, Morgan, M., J._Tembrest, J. H. 
DanloLs, Mrs. F.H. Daniels, Helen. 
Daniels. .Alfred- X)aniels,Jas,JIuntor 
and five second class passenger: 



make it certain, H. Sweeney & Co. 
have -announced their intention of giv- 
ing eacli of the home nien a new hat 
if they come out of the fray with a 
victory. 

The defence- men will also get a new 
lid if they, win the game a week. f.ro|S)._.. 
tomorrow. ' " 

Archie Adamson will be back in the 
gariie- and along with Allen, Hennes- 
sey, Hogan and O'Rielly, the js'ew 
Westminster defence will have a busy 
afternoon of it. The Vancouver de- 
fence will remain intact, and it is 
doubtful if Con Jones liad the pick of 
the lacrosse world he could strengthen 
that stone wall defence a particle. A]tl 
that the speedy Royal home could 
score- last Saturday on their own lot 
was three goals, and that is sure go'- 
ing some. 

Which ever team wins the game 
they will have to, extend themselves, 
and Vancouyerites a|iuuld witness a 
f '-il r-iose struggle. 



HI nm — !■ II ■ ,1 II iiww 



We Have Developed 
.Expert Tailors 



It's team-work tlmt wins — 
".Persistent, hea dy team-pla y." 

You ae6 tlio |>aiiJLitiijiL-j^sult-U5n .tli©; 
T.acrosse fiekl> on ^he FoofTmll * ■gridircD'D," 
and around the Baseball cTraniondJr.iii 
' \i;ry walk and worlTof life "team -play" 
wins out 

' JC" 

H^mi'i^mitdf^mlonn^ ^^^^ system <>l' 
zed teatn-work--~\yholesale fcrtilor- 
liat develops team workers, tailor 
men who become "stars" and "arti.st.s" in 
the conception and production of fine 
(•]r)t !'"••-: for rneh. ■ " .-- • 

Tlin r(nickest man we conyiiice is the man 

ulio ki,,,\\ , — ihe retail tailor himselt 

l.;t ^ -'III I \i)i) : iia, 11 L tailui'.s in 

('anada al<)iii> applied l^r the Scnii-roady 






organ 

in:/ 



Tail oring rigl 



its .for .their town. 




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Bathin^Suits,Workin<> Pants, Outing Suits, Flannel Suits, 



Straw Mats, Auto Dus t ers, Tennis Hats, Neglige Shirts, 
ivl' Busiiicss Shirts arc still hcint^ sold at Sale Prices 



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TftTSir-BilllBfrTJSaBte-UrMHicrsScl: S i ' , — l n 
Sfr£ei, WoiJledi and Twcedi — al Jit, $M 



Hundreds of bargains still to he turned into cash, as 
room must be made for immense shipments 

of New Fall (joods 



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LONIST 



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Lace Curtains 50c a l^air 



A very low price for good Not- 
tingham I^aoe Cyrtain.s. 2Vi yds. 

Inng --^ ,-7 , 



At 75o, Notttnyham Lace Cur- 
tains. 3._,vdB..4.<.>ng. 

At $i.OO, Notllnghnin l.:\r- Cuv- 
talns. .'il^ yds. long. ' 

At $1.50 and $2.00 to $4.00,- reaUV- 
remarkablo values In- beautiful 
now designs, 3 Ms yds. long. 

See tUem today 

E. E. Wescott 

Sole .\gent for McCall Tattorns 

and Fa.shlon Journal. 

619 Vatca St. Tel. 26. 



A consua is to be taken <>f the. chll- 
crr6n''0f "School age In New Michel.— 



-Prince liuperfs tfilephone service 
will be In operatloti today. 



The noble sockeye is at last run- 
ning freely In the Fraser. 

.A plaguf of rats Is.worryipg water- 
frout..XuIk-jiL.J^e,W_jL\^&tinlns.ter., _ 

Kernie proposes to invest $31,500 in 



Happenings 



The Ladysmlth Chronicle has juat 
celebrated its second birthday anni- 
versary. Long rtmy It thrive to re- 
flect credit upon its proprietors, 
Messrs. Carley & Carley, and upon 
the city of L-adysmlth. Few com ■ 
munitles of comparative populatiuw 
can point with pride to so excellent a 
local newspaper. 

- Work on the «. T. F. towards lla»el- 
ton has Idtierly been progressing with 
exceptional rapidity. At Big Canyf.n 
Inst week the steamers operator and dis- 
tributor had their guard rail torn off l>y 
comUiff- Ifr-ewUacl with , xocka. - hlgwii 
Into the stieam by construction opera- 
tion. ' 



H<>w«r px-t ftnalon-s -ami -an---up-tQ-dflrteT ^ 



fire alarm System 



The largest timber berth that has ever 
boon put up for sale by auction la Brit- 
ish Columl<la will be offered at N&w- 
Westmlnstor today. The berth com- 
prises 23.tf2 square miles In jownshlp 
25, on the east side of Adams lake, and 
an upset price has been placed of $162.^ 
203. The purchasers will .prob^bl^: *"'"'?'■ 



■ Will. ' 



VANCOUVER 
EXHIBITION 

X'ancouver, B.C. 

HORSE, CATTLE, DOG 
AND POULTRY 
SHOW 
AGRICULTURE AND 
MACHINERY 
EXHIBITS 
TROTTING AND PAC- 
ING EVENTS 

Huguit m to 20tti inclusiva 

Tuesday, August i6th will 
be Canada Home Day, when 
Sir Will'riil l.auiic-r wilJ ded- 
icati' the \ ;iii -I'liv-er K-xhibi- 
tioii Grounds and Buildings^_ 
to the use of the people for- 
ever. . 

A great reception will be 
teiKlered Sir Wilfrid,, 
"!t will Bea RealHomc Day 

BANDS OF MUSir AND 
DECORATED STREEfS 

Sptbcial rales rin all rail- 
ways and stcamboalis from 
air points. 

JAMES ROY. Manager 
\'ancou.ver. I'.C. 



WJUlam' McCullougrh, a well known 
business man of North Vancouver is 
mysteriously missing. 

The residence of Thomas Matt at 
C^oknto was destroyed by tire last 
Sunday. 

During July- the Western Lumber 
Co.'s milla cut over six million feet of 
commercial lumber. 

Continued dry weather hai' liad no 
Injurious effect on the Kaslo fruit 
crop. 

Premier McBride has declined the 
presidency of the Masset Inlet Set- 
tlers' Association..^ 



Ladvsmith dairymen have Increased 
the price of milk in sympathy with 
an advance In hay values. 

Keremeos fruit growers are delight- 
ed with the prospect of excellent apple 
and peach' crops. 

New Westminster telephone opera- 
tors are forbidden In future to inform 
subscribers as to the progress of la- 
crosse matches. 

• coat has been struck at Bergen on 
the V V. & E.. near Myncaster. It 
is claimed to be "tt-l5ood coking qual- 
ity. ... " ,:•■,■ 

Th B G. P.~rt ; hag acquired tlte a«c- 
essa,ry property for a new right of 
wAy, and has removed' its .tracks from 
Main street. Kamloops, 



Exceedingly patbetit— la the story of 
bow the baby daughter of Mr. and 
Mrs. K. Sblmlzu was killed by jl 
team on Tuesday last. The bleeding 
body of the little one was snatched 
from under the horses' feet by thf 
distracted mother, who later was 
found ill her locked room rocking and 
moaning over her dead c hild. 

The plans for the new .government 
building at Kaslo prejjare_d___ for the 
provincial authorities by Mr. lung, 
the architect of Revelstoke, provide 
tor a large two storey structure with 
commodious offices for all resident of- 
ficials and a court roo mon the sec-, 
ond tloor. Tenders for the erection 
of the building win be invited it is 
expected as soon as Hon. -Mr. Taylor 
returns to the capital^, and excava- 
tions for- the foundations will be be- 
gutj at once. The building w-ill be of 
solid brick faced with marble, - the 
front elevation drawing showing an 
edifice of conspicuous dignity. The 
old government buildings at K^iitilo 
have long outlived tlieir usefulness. 

BASEBALL RESULTS 



An additional $2,000 has been grant- 
ed by the Government toward the 
building o.f -the HarrisOh-Cape Fife 
ro>id on firaham Island. • t 

1 ; , u . . d eatti of Wlllf am Burtos. an 
uhciein Iowa .Mrs. William Smith of 
th^ arji id I-ioteK L.adysmith, has in- 

I ;..,,•. : ,:ie dt $23,900. 

A co'toner's Jury at Vancouver ,has 
decided that the B. C. E. R. Co. car 
which ran over and killed Oscar Owen 
was travelling at- exeessive speed. 



B. 



Northwestern 

R. H. 

'i;acoma 8 8 3 

Vancouver 1' * 2 

Batteries: Hall aod Blankenship; 
Smith and L/ewls» 

R. 11. !■;. 

Seattle- .■.'.:.. ; "■ if. '■',»■•••. '. » , C'l ' Jl ,ffc'0 
Batteries: Baker and Oataick: .Joss 
and Hemenway. 




.^That trains will be running regular- 
ly between Midway and MerrJtt with- 
in eightten months>.-ls promised :by 
th& Kettle River, Valley Railway Co. 

Patrick Gannon, a little five-year- 
old son' of Mr. and Mrs. P. Gannon, 
of Brechin, was, drowned on. Wednes-. 
day evening falling into the bay .in 
the' vicinity of the Northfield mine. 

The Dominion Coal and Coke Co., 
organized by Vancouver ^Jtislness-men-. 
•ill shortly begin extensive develop- 
ment of coal properties along the 
Sunilkanieen river. 



Coast 

R. 

Portland, ... 2 

Oakland l 

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Sacramento"..^,... v.* ■. .* ,* 
Sarr^rFanolsco '«. ." .♦»-'i>.-'- S 

R. 

Vernon '. • • •^ 

LOS Angeles . . . . .... .,. t.^".^ 



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New York 
IJetrolt . . . 



The managers of the Schaake Ma- 
cliine works at New Westminster al- 
lege that intimidation is being or-an- 
Tised upon their non-union em ploy- 
.-. s by the striking union inttclilnists.-+scccm* 



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HARRISON HOT 
SPRINGS, B.C. 

The most noted summer resort' 
in the Pacific Northwest. • 

A PLACE FOR THE 
CONVALESCENT 

Situated only TOmllea from the 
Coii.st iimld 'insiirpassed scen- 
ery. Write for O.escriptive book- 
let and rates 

St. Alice Hotel 

Harrison Hot Springs, B.C. 



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Torkahlr* defeated W*>Mylokahlre by 
172 runs. Yorkshire 887 and 197 for 7, 
Warwlckahlre 319 and 98. 

■Notta and Oerbyshtre. match drawn 
after a closfe struggle. Notts 248 and 
406 *6r 9 (declared). Derbyshire 362 and 
185 tor 6. 

Worcester and Middlesex was also 
drawn. Worcester 403 and 289, Middle- 
sex 411 and 153 for 4 wickets. 

Oloucestershlre and Nnrlhumptonshlre 
also drew. CJlouccster 460 and 287 for 
9 (declared), Northampton 430 and 280 

for 7. ■ '-;-r-': ■■ ''; 

The week's cricket . produced some 
great scores. Needbam, for nerbyshlre, 
vs. Leicester, scored I.'j!) rxins. Derhy- 
»iilre won. Anotlier OerbyBbire man, 
Leonard Oliver, scored 104 in the same 
match, compiling the niiis in 110 min- 
utes. 

After the way 1/ancasblre commenosd, 
the Bea.son, it i.s positively ex4raordl- 
nary that on fust and hard wi,<;l<ets.in 
the South they should only attain such 
totals as Ififi and 127a,Kuln8t Surrey and 
185 and 141 against Kr-nt. This moans 
40 wickets at an ave.rapfe price of about 
15 runs per man. '~In the four innings 
JVdin Tylrlesle'y'~ra"^tlre ' only man' wbci 
has exceeded uO. He lilt a brilliant fid 
Hgain-'it .Surrey and a delightful 5a' 
against Kent.. 

The gontlemi-n at I.' :■! will liave t" 
-exercise their Imaglnavlun to even pal- 
liate their bieptltude. After winning 
tlie toss jJiey were, disposed of If or such 
a moderate total as 114 on a wicket that 
was^ reasonably. fiOUJuL x-nough, . for miin, 
oi: .capacity.., aufih -afi- tUiiy -w &i-e. -.But 
y." F. VV&rHit, V. VT'U. Hnomdn," n'-'K' 
Heygate. N. C. Tufnoll, V. H. Foster, 
and N. A. 'Knpx did not obtain one- run 
among , them. That is prot)ably the 
quaintest of all the curiosities of this 
season. H. K. l''o8<le r. tep rfsentlng Old 
Oxonians with 37, P. R. Je 'Couteur. for 
the new Oxonians, with Ti not out, and 
Alfred Hartley, with 34 ,were the only 
gentlemen who exceeded 20. 

Those very positive people who have 
for 80 long declared that W. C. Smith — 
the bow-lt'r of the.yeffF — needs Pame Na- 
ture to prepare ar-ptteh especially' tor 
his benefit will perhaps explain bow he 
captured Ave wicKets for 18 runs in 92 
deliveries. All thing s considered there 
has^ not been a finer exanipie'bf^bowling 
Tn tlioHe" matches for some years. Save 
for his nvc wickets against Yorkshire 
for 12 runs at The Oval last y ear, it is 
doubtful if Smith has ever been so 
fatal. '. ., 

The players were consistent In amass- 
ing 209 against a variety of good bowl- 
ing-, for;-tf Knox and S. O ■ Kmlthr the 
West Indian. ° proved expensive, youn g 
Foster, of l'!lrtninK;ham, tjnd Le Couteur. 
the . Australian-Oxonian. bowled with 
success. Indeed, P. K. I'oMter,' the War- 
wickshire left-handed hmateur, equaled 
bis four wlfkets for 34, runs In the soe- 
ond Innings of the professionals at The 
Oval. Probably •this youth, for be Is 
only a few irionths over 21, Is destined 
to plaj^ a ^reat^r, part in these annual 
inatchesi^ for''in'X>r^ 'irst appearance in 
representative games he has ^at The 
Oval and at Lord's obtained io wlcketa 
for 109 runs. ^ ^ , . -, 

He is, a' discovery for the Oentlemen. 
Maybe we are anticipating the future, 
but it is quite possible that he may 
some day be coupled with David Bu- 
chanan, of Warwickshire, who used to 
be summoned, year after year, to hi-Id 
The Gentl»*men. and that at a period 
when WarwirkHliire cricket wns of very 
small account 

Only flvo of I V . ! 1 n 

and not one-_r. ; '.^..^iOiijed. no.„onfl 

Iri th'S I^'brd's ■ -xtfalw^d r.n, bm It 

wns gj^tlfylnR to fin'l ■■ ■ :• vi. 

Mon. a line, all-rxiuod. . ■ K 

etejV^^rftnK as the cliler scorer with IC—-- 
"a ffee^anri forcible Ijmings, wbicli was 
terminated by a remarkable catch by 
Le C'outeur. . Hobbs, Rhodes. Tarrant, 
and Hirst were the oniy others wliio fne^ 
with any me.-isiire af [ success, eVeir 
though the fleiding of The Gentlemen 
was not so' tlirtlliriK as a,t The Oval. 
HeHgfi)te being parttcularly Hl<?w lit 
meWing and returning the' baljr " ' .- 
t»ut perhaps the mpat amazing event 
of all was to see This (Gentlemen dls- 



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missed for 95 i^t their second attempt. 
There was no iusiifi.atlon for such- a 
procession .aiv! en though 

the wicket was capabl« of an Old-fash- 
ioned ahootfer. There used to be shoot- 
crs when Grace was in his glory, biit 
btitsmen are n^jt-used— to such visitors. 
'A-Vred Hartley received two in one over 
—and the second proved fatal to the 



Lancastrlah. who was tlie only toatsman 
who did himself any JustaceT Hartley 
defied tj*»-4ttack for nlariy: two hotirs 
for 35 — the highest score In that ven- 
ture — and^hl8 runs were the reward of 
sound play, which won some of the se- 
verest critics to his side. '' ' 

With three left-banded bowlers the 
Players could always keep the Gentle- 



men' occupied. Hirst, with ficht wlrk- 
etc for 61 runs; was t . man in 

the attack of either side and he paVed 
the way for the trreat ten wickets' vic- 
tory of The Plav. 1 , n a niatili, which 
produced absolutely tragic lial.tiuK. And 
ho one can' really explain the where- 
fore of so many fallbres. 



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A New Westminster laboi-er named 
Rountree lost a. thumb and finger] 
Wednesday through the jexplosion lii | Philadelphia 
his hand, through, some cause ^vn- 
known, of "a dynamite cartridge. 

After l)plng walled In for three weeks 
w'Trmrut food or water a New West- 
minster cat was rescued last Wednes- 
day little the worse for Its experl- 

rnce. 



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A i':i!i;. (i! .\iitiric.'in 'M lutallsts are 
vlsillngV\\ardiior and Bull xiver. look- 
ing over the groitnd with a view to 
the possible esitabli.shm'^n t of a large 
l)ulp mill Industry. 

George .Miller, a niiinr unrkliiK in 
■tto t^ 1 ^Sauth Jiilna. .at (^gal cree.k, re- 
ceived serious injurle.s a fow days ago 
"through being caught nil'-i- a fall o^ 
troal. 



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The "Cambra" 
for Comfort . . . 



i .\lr. J. L. RiBtalllck, one of the best 

known tnining mtn of Interior British 

Coiumbia, is the victim of a serious 

I case .of bliwd poisoning, contracted 

I from a cut received vrMV- ftflrhtlng for- 

i.Hi fires, 

I A new postofflco has been estab- 
' lished at "Meanakihisht. forty miles be- 
': 1..W Hazleton. Wisely the old town, 
i has been abandoned, and letters will 
be addressed to Cedarvalle. Mrs., J. 
W. Oraha«m has been appointed post- 
mistress. . ... \. 

Orders have been . glj:ea„fiir the re- 
l)alr of the' Great .Vorthern s . lake 
steamer Kaskr There will he no 
e.speelal haste In the- p'rosccution of 
the work, however,, the steamer hav- 
ing of/ Inte IVPen operated at a con- 
sltierabli' I'l.ss. 

The ('anadlan Northern Railway 
Co. h'hjH decided to make the city of 
New Westminster, through its, ex- 
hibit ?_,_• the' eentraf-ft>ature In its large 
^xbibltTfrn bulldifig at Toronto. Mats- 
fiul, Chtlliwack, Sumas. Surrey and 
<*i><|ultlam have all conlributetr tn the 
■prosentative district exhibit 



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eluding July 18. 1910 

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Ijanca.shire 

Yorkshire . . . . . . 

XorthamptonBhlre 
Surrey ... ..... 



Hampshire . . . . 

Notts 

Essex 

Gloucestershire 

Leicestershire 

Worcestershire 

Warwickshire . 

Oerbyslnlre . . . 

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Maricopa Oil Company, of Los 



Under Canadian 
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Angeles, California 



Under Canadian 
Control 




i-antH*- Identified as having he- 

;..;id.t(> Edward. McLeltan of Golden, 

■ ho has been mlslng for upwards of 

week, was found Ttiesday in a back 

banntsf neai" PpflllmcheBn. The.. 

iiiinion how Is general that .MrI.,eHan 
has '11' ■ ■ ■ '■ ! a-T4ta}w 1 1 1 ng. 

- Nelson 's..-B«ax.d,.,cj£ Trade htis .Issued 
an'lnvitaljon to all, the boards of trade 
in— ^iie— KniHvnays to send delegatex 
to ft meeting at Nelson oh the 9th Ih- 
Ktant. at which nrrsuigenientR will bt; 
made for aervfllng n (hm-oughly rep- 
resentative fruit exhibit t'l tbi' big 
\'ancouvcr show. 



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Most In Total 
an Inn. runs., 
. U.S ' 
. 114 
104 
. 126 
. 1 21 
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Tyldesley .... 
HutchingB .':. ... 

Pay ton . . . .' 

Foster 

Jones . . : . 

Hooman ...... .. i,- 

Humphreys fK'nf* 

r<?niiinr •■ - 

Johnson i>''J 

Wood 83 

Tarrant . 142 

.lesHop 1 55 

I.at'iS'ttfttt .... 1fifi 

Porrin .... 144 

♦Not out. 

, BowUng. 

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\Vooliey ... . . 



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1028 
703 
888 
824 
J8U_ 
978 
44'3" 
600 
757 

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S3. 28 

48;p.'; 

43.9,1 
4 3.00 
41,20 
40.93 
£0.75 
"40.27 
40.00 
3 U.S 4 
38. «1 
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Capital,$l,000,000 



)wi»g prices oi oil stocks and • 
whit tKis Company's prospett|| afC" 

I s.sue Price.'Preseht Price. Dividends. 



Lucilc ... . :$ .15 v$i5-00 


l6%i,mnnthly 


Saucr Dough .-?. . .lo ,, 3.00 ■ 


16% monthly 


Sterling .35 4-00 


25%> quarterly 


Caribou 15 15.25 , 


25% monthly 


S:ui JMiMiciscp.^nd-' 




McKittrick $10 ' 




shares '. . . 2:25 2S.50 


309b ■monthly 


Peerless t_.. . .50 7'^'^ 


6c per month 


IVfocf of fbrso oom|.;inii -; ]>.-i\ s 


)('<;-ial honii.^es' in 


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Dividends on Listed Stocks 


for May 


^I,:i26,(il26 




Total Dividends to Date, 


Sfirj 1.128 1.002. 





This Company owns a Ica.'^e of 60 acres in section 32, 12-2;^, in the very ^^ 
heart. of the Maricopa Snnsct Field, surrounded by j^ushers of flowing wells'- 
for a rovaltv of 1-7 of the oil produced. 

The Lake View Gusher, within 2 miles, has produced over $3,ooopoo 111 
Oil (luring 3 months. Now flowing 40,000 barrels per day. 

The Obispo, within ,14 mile of our property, brought inta lO.ooofbarrel 
Welbon 5th June at i.Soo feet. 
NOTE THE LOCATION— WHAT OUR NEIGHBORS ARE DOING 

Extract from the l.o.s ..Vngelcs Times, July 17th— h'rom a corr<;spoif- 
'dent^ — On Section 30, which is within three-quarters of a mile of the Lake- 
view gusher, a tremendous well has recently been brought in, which I saw 
flowing at the rate of ,1,000 barrels per hour. As Congressman iialc has 
ai.tlv .said. 1 prefer this wcllto the big "Ur of the Lakeyiew, as 4t is ab.so- 
lutciy under r-ti!i' ' .n\<\ -hould he a steady producer for years to come. 
This well holds the record in the Midway field for having been drilled in 
seventy days with a ten-inch casing its whole depth of 2,165 feet, -and its 
prothictionis nni:ii l.ililr when it is considered tliat the oil was struck after 
the drillers hail entered the dil sand but two feet, whereas in the case of the' 
Lakeview, 1 understand thev entered the oil sand sixteen feet before tl-ne big 
^production came about. Jnsi south of Section 30, the company is Vlrilling 
t\Vo4-ells on the forty and sixty acres it owns on Section 32. Otnf' ©t the 
wfll^ is down over-i-tioo feet and will reach the oil sand at about 1.500 feet, 
i : , .Midway Northern, withni .v>i yards of this Company's property, 
'brought Hi a sim'ilar Welton jnly 4th last, at a depth of 1,020 fort. 

Contractors expect to "reach oil in 90 days. 
One Well Producing 1,000 Barrels per day Means a Profit of $500 per day 

■ , to the Company ..^ ' ^^-^_-^--. 

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Unf^priridT^] ■ ifirM'n of the 
Slocan have 'wired Presid-'nt I/ouIh W. 
mil of the Great Northern empha- 
.■<i-<iiiiij:. tlie'fiu't that the minim? iu- 
ilii,«try (n >th<! district Is paralyzed 
ltif.ni(fh (lr>lay in the repair of the 
Kasln * .siix-nn road and resumption 
• if traffic thereupon. 



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IlurliiK the vreeTf'nf .July 11-16 Kent 
dpfeatefl Lancashire by 321 runs. Kont 
284 anil 36.^ for 6 (declared), T..4inca8blre 
185 and 141. . 



Drilling Commenced July 20th. Watch the Drill. 

Over 250,000 Shares ha\e \'<"u -■>]<] iniv.-itelv in I'rincc Rupert and ^'anclXlver. 



Shares of $1 Fully Paid and Non=Assessable, now each.2§.c 



As soon as the 1 trill reaelie,^. 1,000 feet the price-wiH btiiMlseM JO 5^^^^ ( 'i' .wHl .be reached at 1,800 feet to 2,000 feet. Price 
lien sui)jcct to quota:tk)n'on the^.Oi^-Exchauge.' Today'yo^^^^^^ 

I Will Pay 5c per"Share Cash for an Option to Repurchase These Shares Any Time Within Six Months at $1.00 p«r ShiWt. 

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N. Salt Spring Island, 1,500 feet waterfront — n 

with 30 fenced, 7 acres cljsared and under c'ro];). -There's 
a fouc-room house, good log barn, three chicken houses, 
new, a good well and tvvxj living sp^'ings, 30 tVuit trees, 
mostly a])i)le. Every bit ol this land i* good, : 1*11 d ctJi*- 
lains moo fc6t of waterfrontagc, with, goqd tleep"wliler. 
Price. j^6,300. One-third cash, balance can .be ar- 
ranged. 

150 Acres, Salt Spring Island.— Nearly 20 acres cleared^ ancl 
the larger porti(;u can he cleared -witli very little trouble; 
Clo.sc to Av.'iter, and ju.st off. the main road i.i]; ! i- ;i!l 
gooiL Price,' J^3, 500. on terms. ' , 

Vesuvius. Bay, Salt Spring Island, 550 Acres-— About 30 
acres of this is cleared, and ilu- balance' is-iu. timber, > i >■ 
good tindjer. I'roperlv lia> a wiiter frorttage. with an ■..-.- 
ccllent bay. Price. ^13.00 per -acreF--. 

Retreat Cove, Galiano Island 100 Acres — with good log 
house, splendid water, and 20 chains of w:itorfr'»ntage. 

Price. $5,500. one-lialLcash. ' -^ 

- Somenos District, 60 Acres\ — 30 acres pt^liis is god(rt)6l- 

tom land, with a small lalTe; There's some good timber. 

Only two nnles from Westholme and seven from Dun- 
-eans. Price, for cas^h, $1,U50. ' ,'' 



150 Acres, S. Salt Spring Island.— Mam road runs through 

property 20 acres of exeellent ploughing Taiui, two good 

»fruit bearing orchards and lots of small fruit-i.^^ Xake ja 

Nvell- Mocked with tn.ut. There are a fevv liuildin^on 

'the land, frice, oi] terms. jp2,500.~ Adjoining^vv-harf m 

front ol this property eaii be purchased, a Wck smiths 

, shop' for $500,. and a good snmmer site nexl'to wharf can 

.also be bought for $500. The latler w^patjd make an ideal 

location for a summer boarding hoit>e''. 

Beaver Point, Salt /Spring Islan^-" 157. Acres.— 25 acres 

•clashed 250 irnit trees. GoojKog cabin, small barn and 

sheep she'd. Pake frontg^e . Road run.s through this 

property, 'and is also ap<<he new road to saw null. I'nce, 

.,n terms. $1,650. / ' ""^. ., -, r^ 

160 Acres, S. Salt ^ring Island.— Five miles from Ganged 
Harbor, ) 5 ac;K5s slashed and seeded. '1 her.- - a log house 
on the pro|?^v. Splendid garden and friiit trees. Water, 
which J^lcrlveti from stream' and .spring, is excellent. 
Only^ie-quarter mile from the lake. Wagon road>passcH 




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^cli end of t he property. This 143 acres could very ap- 
,)!-.. prkTtdv be used fclr sheep farming. Price, on tcrhis, 
$1,200. or will exchange for gooxLresidential property 

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Ime, lies, beaiitiftaiy for snh-dividmsjr, is all 
clearecl, .grassy slope. 

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litis is certainly a handsome hoiiie; "The alv-.vo ctit nnly gives a rough 

idea. Sid tiatdd on ninety feet of water ffpiit, having an tnnntcrruptcd view 
of t^|e sea and^Mount Baker, and ,wclt':pr:otecttd:tfoffi:7)fe\railrn^ 

--^Tm-^ ungal o w ■ con taiiiS^ . recep tieri--htrft;--^l-FfW^?^ Tj^'^''^^^^^^ 
hreakfast room, kitchen, 2 bedrooms, pantry, lincii closet./ large basement, 
sideboard buik-in, all modern convonicnces, space in aitic for three rooms if, 
desired. PRICU $4,500^ KAS ^ T l^RMS, -^ 



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self^ TeU^M? |tidi| tifi^^^ will find a, buyer. 
We are getting^ bur listing tip'-to-date. and now 
chance to get on a.goo4Uye,list- 



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LINE HAM-SCOTT SAND & GRAVEL CO. 
LINEHAM & CO, Jordan River.; 



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,<■ Hi'ohf- nt Fohtanea. SilHar outbu ratg 
have atHii oci-iirred. In tl>'' t:""! 'JepoaTTBT 
of K vpty different; charar-ter. (.hot. tk-»- 



Blsr Mineral Belt 

H. Cr. I>Kk.-.'ii. 1'. i.. ;-,. wli" lu'.s rc- 

rontly rp»urno<I lr"tii ;. liiri-.e wf>eU«' vlnit 

I., ri. . ..unlry cdriliKUOus t" Carinack.-'. 

.T, i; . 1 ukon river, 'was mu<'h fn-ipi'o.iHPtl 

Ny tvhiit hf saw of t.hu.t count nV It Is 

<vi(ient tluit Carmack.s Is do.Hlncil to be- 

cuni'' one o.f tlie most impurtant points 

.(111 ihi- ("anadlnn Yukon, beinK 'very 

I.icliib ."iltuatod jiLSl bolow . Tantiilus 

Hultr-. iu which point tliere aro weli-cte- 

flnnii ooal ineasurcp. DetWfen the BijUe 

mil (.?armHcks nnd on tho Hanm kI'Io of 

, the liver a.s the latter is tho famous coiil 

\nlnf'. now working from twelve to ftf- 




Coal Is also to bo found iit 
rs. about twenty njlles fur- 
he river. About thirty miles 

s a InrKP copper depoBit. 

hiiyi- been locBtetl about 20 



tesn men. 
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the 

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ipon 

. lalunii,. ^niva considerable amount of 
work h«.8 hee>vulone. Tlil's Irt reached b.y 
foUovving the sovernment road for 1^0 
tnllHS towaril.s "\V>ilte llorne. thence me- 
;inderlnB about 10>nilles In a westerly 
illreotton, ■ A oompairliUvol'y. new fea- 
ture In the vlcJnity .o^tHrmacTiS*' Is a 
placer propos'tloj' <"'" Nftn.scJn Creek, a 
tributary of the Newling river iieiir ItS" 
head, and entering on tlid left limit. It 
"is from 50. to 60 miles fromOj^imacka,' 
iind the trip Isoitade In two tin: 
thbuKh only recorded this .sprln^x tho 
■ reek was dlHcovered throe or foivr yw^rs 
i,gi>. -iMMt-+tft#^*ln€e"be<>n systeraatlcnl 
i.rospected. The ground Is from 25 to 
.10 feet deep, 

he very evenly dl.«ttributed. Although 
nothing very rich la anticipated, tlie dis- 
coverers have decided to put on a-^small 
plant and worif_lt,.tlxLa..CPJnlllS winter; 



,.art|i bi'ing already at work 

nn tl" i'. .'.• •■iHl yielding phetiomen- 

aify rich neturna. ilrJJBa.\;lC-_wJth', ! 
wife i.s on Ms wa.v to \OawHon, ti 
extensive dr>-dKiiiK operal-trtUK belnB;~-'>t- 
tho mouth oj"' r.( at- itoek, \aljoiit eight 
mileH from I tbe Klon- 
dike river, i ^ i- • i+t»«ry for 

the big dredge has aheddy been .for- 
warded, from White Horse, and the re- 
mainder Is at Skagway and wiUbe Bblp- 
lied as rapldl.v as the river .steamers can 
handle It. Mr. IXoyle's property Ih the 
same as that handled , by the Jioth- 
schildH, but througU Inabllliy or dltiin- 
clfnation on the part of tbe latter tb 
comply with tlin-tenns of the contract, 
tlie entire ct>ncertrT?'verted xh Mr. Boyle. 
the result of. the liligailon /leaving hirn 
a mlUlonaire. It ' Is expecpd tho big 

dredge will be Inktalled id t! '■• do 

oonshUrahlc wori* this aen^o: 

Important Wort at th« XTickel Plate 
Exlten.slve fniprov'erucnts. are ■ now be- 
ing made at tho reduction works of yie 
Hedley Qold Mining Company, which is 
opcialed In nonn<^ctl<)n' 'With the .Nickel 
Plate mine fit Hedley. And the Import- 
ance of. the feature Ih. that the new work 
liidlcftte3 a pcrmanf''nc,v of operations ..at 
the property which did not, heretofore 
exist. Considerable new e.leclrlcal tmi- 
chiiiery ha.s been Installed, wlilki the 
.Tohn McDoUgall CntCflonlan Iron VV'orkn 
company Is supplying a GOO-diorHe-p.oix;er 
jloubie Imfiulse -WAt«r -wheel. with 
special needle nozzle ,and (HUtHIary, re- 
lief. This wheot^B-:::tia be dlrect-ertn.- 
neoted to a ,'}.")<;-4<w,'fsenej-ator- and Us to 

" ' i^Tiwar both for tlie company's 

mines .and reduction works. The water 
«ystem Is -being conalruetod ,on tl most 



8ubi«tanllnl. ba,sls and with ii view to 

^avfng a supply rttalntaincd throughout 

and the values appear to tKe season, as iwu/:h ati possible, a steam 

phiHt being also Installed for the emjtr- 
Kenc!\seafibh« and to make possible the; 
operatliKi of /the . plant continuous 
thryugfeoi»JL..th«.,.i'ear. About IfiO men 
are emplOjnsid on the propertie s and the 
underground -^eveldpment of. Thu' -Xlckol 
Plata t«f bein(j Worried forward \;l#orou8- 
ly, the re.«<iiRR o¥,-Whlch are ssM to be 
high!}' gS'ftHf yliig b.^^ tlie.. company 



\\MthicoKnc6pp6irnnd placer all trfbu 
tary to It, aud an easy country to get 
around In- It looks as though CftrmackB 
and vicinity has a bright futun^ ahead. 

Mammoth Dredge ' 

The Iht-gcst. gold-saving dr>-<iK'- m the 
world Is nov being shipped liito tho 
Yukon from Marlon, OhUi^AVherc if"-'- 
manufacttirrr.t-byJ.IJS'.er.h W.:,H-»i'lH,:.'" 
t>r of what Is probably tlie rlclii;. i 
. 1 r-dg I n g conceaslort (5»r tIre-tffCB :of-th«r den <»iHbu r 



Budderf OiitburBta ot. Carbon Dioxide 



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Tho Best Headache Remedy 
is "Mnthleii's Nervine Powdcrs-.'*^ 
Fr<inlt>t aVid srtfp. - Do nf»t creftte . ft 
haldt. K<)ld by dealers, box of 18 pow- 
ders 2r>c. If yours cfimiot .supply you, 
lake for linmcdiflte use Home so called 
•Just a/ good itrthle" but s^-nd us 2^h- 
•tnd we will mall you a. "box to use 
nc.yl time vour he»d acHes.' A trial 
wlil convlricc of their <,worth. .) l- 
vii.il.leu CO.. Pro].., Shemrnnkc, I' ... 



iV number of eollieri^v^ln thC central 

ii i.iisin of ifVance Imve .to fight 

•larigdr ('ibtte aB\s«rlou8' siH 

■ : i /ird fiial dust iiiihir-Iy, Pud/ 



between Decl/.e and Chn.i»F>agniic, 
l-iil;iliy, nn IncfeTiaed iiunibfr. oC, thcHC 
outbitrMtH have bet-n reported in the De- 
ti aHu.eut. uf -,Gard, liofnterely In the 
Tt(.ch.>lfelle and .N'ord d'Alals coIUerleH. 
■ I" the .extension of the Kontanes 
detiosit i.=! worked, but also, in pits 

■< r "•■' nt-.Crelvs .scama 

(^tid of the dis- 
i^i,.,. ,11 i';.- ,-..., ,i ,i....j!s district .pa_r- 
t i fflla r ly . t h e -trrrt tntFfVts^ 4ia. v b been "t if u 
very violent character, the one occurring 
on' July th, 190",- having dl.slbdged no 
less than 4,000 tons, of which 1,000 tons 
were forced up to th^ surface. For sevr 
oral hours the entire workings were fill- 
ed with carbon-dldxlde, and several, 
cases of. poisoning, . resulting. In the 
death of t(tree biborer.'?; occurreil at tliH 
surface within a radlu.'? of several hun-^ 
dred yards from the pit. The only prai> 
tloable mean« at present known for cop- 
ing with the danger of these stidden oiil- 
bitr.yts consists In' tlie prohit)ltlng of the 
winning of icoal With the plc4t-a,nd-'Htib- 
Hlitottug shot-firing, with heavy charges 
of explo.aives fired by electricity from a 
jitifflcle'nt distance- Apart frojrn very 
special cases, the blasting has to be car- 
ried on daring the ehangi^ of shift, at a 
time yvhcn none of the men are In ,the pit 
the charge being flrcil f«>m bank. Kx- 
ciipt ill the accident of^July Gth, 1007. 
pergonal Injuries have becit^irevei^t.ed iit 
all cases where' these precautions have 
been xidopted In tbc-Xord d'AlalK.'dlstrlct 
•It Is, liowovcr, e.sRentlal to vise heavy 
blasting charges, which will Rhatler the 
coal vifdently. and to distribute the 
shots, to be fired slmullonopuBly, over 
the whole district of the mlnfr. since, 
othirrvvtse. on oiitburst of carbon dlr 
oxide, may occi,ir 'tinexpectedly during the 
.siilft and bo attended >vlth mofe seri- 
ous result.'-'. In mo.Mt divisions of the' 
mines where surldcn outbursts' of carbon 
dioxide wcctirred during development 
work, pillar nnd stall working, hOs not 
be«m adopted -to more than a smalt cx- 
lertl. In such oases, the" regulations 
mlght-irp made less jitrlngont. If only hi 
view of i>reven ting fallsof roof and coaT 
as h conneauenceof excessive blnsting 
chnrgcfi; and In the casft of pillar work- 
ings, with Hufflciently narrow Internie- 
dlate spaces and fftr enough a way from 
the iione of great.est. danger, wl lining 
with the, ptik, or i^t least with smaller 
blawtlngclmriitea might bo permitted. 
"t rjThe tf»i B T gf^gMflro-Ooncrete in Mlnee 

Thv ropk HiQsxure ilboriited by miiihig 
\oi()et'nlionn-'C.ahnOt '1*0 cstimatetl in ad- 
',.;,,,,.<> with sufficient a!c<iuracy, and I* 



ulHo.able to withstand a Wtrtfttn amount 
TTt-iTFTTStOTT WUin i ut de s t rU c tTofi of cor ,. 
herence. The advanluKcous condlilon.s 
the central phtteau. from -nort4«-+«4-<.r -strengUi exhibited by ferro-coficrcte 

rest ui)oi> the BvateniRtlc combination of 
two building materlal.s, each supplant- 
ing the other In their static properties — 
namely, concrete which has a Idgh coin- 
pren^ldn strength and Iron.-W^ hU-b hftn. 
high ten-n.. -'—ngth. Owing tt» Hh high 
power <. ug- rock, pressure, feri'o- 

cdncre tu . therefore, especially 

adapted to ieblace brickwork and rain- 
mcd concrete a.s a lining for mine. Kal-- 
TerTe-H. Furtber advantages of ferro- 
concrete for this purpose are — resLst- 
ance to the titfluence of pit air and 
molHture,, Impermeability to watot' 
proof aftulnut fire. lo\v'-frlctlonal' resist 
ance against the paSKage of the ventllat- 
InK ciiiTenl. and exfiulslte adaptability 
t.M nil reqiilKite shapes, combined, with 
conipat»tfte«i4-i-frf constrtictlon. its de^ 
fects are: difficulty of working on the 
fiiilirthed lining and -difficulty of pre- 
paration, this latter bein.g the chief, tlie 
nature of mining operations being ad- 
verse lo"rTre planning unH execution of 
construction.^ in fBrro-c(Jn(;rete. .On tho, 
one hand, the rock pressures cannot be 
calculated, and therefbro, the character 
-and strength of tho £crro=cti^rcte..*itruc.t 
(Aires mtist be based on estlmntes -alone. 
Then, owing to the narrowness Of the 
Ki)aceB. the Imperfect, lighting and tho 
great difficulties In the way of euper- 
vision a great deal has '•■ i"' '"fi t«> tho 
relirtblllty-of tiie-mea «• ' '"'"■ *^''^- 

i-ying jijut the work, ,1'^.. -,i- in ferro- 
concrete work In mines are almost ul- 
wavs due t<i the defects fn execution. 
The chief reason why forro-concrete has 
not boiin very widely employed. In lining 
pit galleries is probably owing to the 
bigh roqvdrementu exacted with regard 
to tho ex pert know ledge and rollnblllty 
Of the te<,>hnic<al superintendent and the 
■woTinTttwr^ifl— *«y~«vent, the existing ( 
ferro-qancrete lining Ihsljiifts.. cross 



.1 Cosgrove. Calgary; F. U Burden and 
wifo, M1.SS Burden. Frederick Burden. 



Ujndon, tint.; }I. P. JoneB. (TeoTTVCiim- 
trou. Vancouver; -L. A. Kevy and wife. 
New York;, K. R. Farreil. -"Vanfouver; 
R. P. Judge. Ceo. If. .Knnis. Toronto; 
Robert Allen. iT'hcmalnus; H. K, Bletch- 
er Winnipeg; K. .Xeabltt, Portland;, Mr.s. 
G.' T . aiule tt . M ra . 0. - W; -Boss. Port- 
' Mrjt.' A. 'W.-!*!''"n^' Pittsburg. 



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Comox, Vancouver Island 



cut«, ienglne chambers,,, and so on .l ustlf y 



thecnncliislon that, given proper cxecu 
trbn. rrt thsr work, ferro-concreto lining .'In. 
general entirely fulfils the expectatlona 
formed with regard to Us capabilities. 



AT THt CITY HOTELS 



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(CurrenCT of 

(■luentoJ' late '. years. ,1'ntll leu .iN«^ti 
ago there wan only a single French e 
lier.v, ,fFiot Of Fontanesv iiv tho Depart> 
ment du Oal-d.-thR' bed this danger to 
coiitc^id with, < 
pnratl^'oly unin 

Brasflac baj<tn, J-*tijait.ii)enl!s of i';iy-dc:. 
Dome nnd Haute. T,alre, At- th» -pres- 
ehT'ttJne. ji' Mtio of the colUerioH 

In the . Bfii in— uHi\iely. tlio iMi 

Oros'menH i ,' ■ . I tv) <-atiJAfi dl- 

♦ixldo.oulbn ■ , .luiio as violent 



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• > I y-- -mibjitrit — tr^ -*i*«q'H«nt ■■ ehan ge^^v 
I the' miner has to deal with 
MliviiiiH, fif unknown extent and (llrecllon 
actltig on the timbering of tlie mine. In 
ju'i'm " ■■■III ',■.!.•' .Jt,...J.>-Oll ding 

I 1 . I ■ ' ;. into action. 
,,,,i II" it.iic! I'll- oj iiM- limbering' nia- 
|,crl^ iM .'(ubjoctod to tension strains :t.s 
well I'tM tho.-Te of compression. Now, 
hrlckw<r%<': »ind nrdlniiry rammed cbn- 
trcte tiro mainly cniniible of Htandliu; 
Diosfn.iro only, anrl fiill when powerful 
ten.'slotr strains ' -come into ofifrHti..ii, 
i-'erro-conc'rotc, . on the .>tln.r hiiml, ia 



At the Drlard — 

F, W^llsort and -wife. Seattle 
Auid and wife. Seattle; Mr, and Mrs. 

A. L. Kroeber, Mrs. k. Rotchllo, Han 
Francisco; Mrfi! .Ibhn . I'isher, Miss 
Fisher; R, t). Pattl'so^. D. H. Piitter- 

-ff6nr-Br-W~mti,----Rr -P.- Judge.' V«:ite»»^ 
ver; Mrs. Shepherd. Miss Robertson, 
:\tontroal; MtV and Mrs. Johnson, Vaft- 
c'ouvor; Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Mills. Mi.sH 
Mills, California': Mr, and Mrs. Pontlllx, 

B. H. Johns, Vancouver: Mr. and Mrs. 
H. W. Hamilton, Winnipeg; Mr. Steychs, 
Monlre-al; H. P. Jones and wife, Mr. and 
Mrs. J. C. Carnegie, ..Mr.^. J. M.' Met- 
calfe, Vancouver; C. T. Peterson, Se- 
.attle; J2. T. .OsbDrne,- i^ldn'eyT 13. B. Wet- 
cnhnll. Sidney;. Mrs7~T;. Howard. Van- 
couver: II. R. Taltle, Toronto; Mr. and 
Mrs, If. McKwen, Rathvm. Sa.sk.; C. .S. 
Winter and wlfo, JCew WeslnilnHtcr; K. 
Togo, Vancouver; 11, ydiniltt. ^e:ltll■J:, 



land; 

At the King Zdward 

l>ed Hohner."Mrs:nrrcd"ReTincr. Oma- 
baTT. d.Mltoheir, Vancouver; C. Fisher, 
cltv G ?5olny T. L,awher, Vancouver; T. 
A.'Kelley, Mrs. T. A. K^Hey. Queen 
Charlott; A. M. I.eslie, Walhachln; W. H. 
AHng.ton. Puiurixn; John Oleson, Mr.s. J, 
t)leson; U, Anderson. Tacoma; F. T. Tay- 
lor. Han Francisco; 1.. tJordon, city; !•'• 
K Camp. Hodstoko; Neil M';Callum. Mrs. 
Nell MeCallum. Grand Forks; S. K, Elaon, 
Mrs. 8. K. Elsion, Crowkstone; J. C. Caii- 
thuB, Nelson; L. PInkerton. Seattle: M, A, 
Mason. Charles City. Iowa; .Nellie <> 
Ciiine; Mrs. M.M. \Vest.^lBdi»on, Wi.s . ,'-; 
A White, -W. J. Hagan, IjesllA Hagan, 
Vancouver; J. W. Mackan. New Westmin- 
ster; I). M. McMasler, Mrs. D. M. Mc- 
Master. Calgary; J. N. McNutt^r+l- Phil- 
Hps, J. It. Smith, T. n. .Slmith. W. II. 
Twrnirtn," E. na%'1eR. •W^_aaier, F. Hep- 
burn; J. Illlngworth, L. Ray. A. Robins. 
A. J. Killlck, A. Jil-Shelton; G. J. Dyke. 
Alon Ij." O. . Boss. C A. Cox. Vancouver; 
C. a., Birch. Mrs; C, S, Birclx, A. V,. 
Blrc!-.. N. Sauulh; U J. S'wann, t- W. 
«idley.-t>iincan; A. G<in1oti. Mra." A. Gor- 
don; A. C. Wllley, Namu, B. C; C. A. 
C'lX. city: K. IC.Coy. M. M. Anderson. 

,S.- O.' Bald" '" ' ■•^Ip" B P.itcrsoo ;\Irs, 

a'. Pike. \ ■ 

Namu B«,.\ . 

At the Dominion— 

&. V^ i^cn-ahlM, clty:Mr. and Mr 
H. Boyd, BMndftn; Mips Moran. Mr.. ... 
Freemani H. Freeman, N« Freeman, Van- 
aotiver; R. N. Clcrke. FM-nlfi; G.^'-iiemr 
Berlin Cm I,: Miss Buchanan. C, Mel- 
hern. I 'eacon. Vaiioouver; J." iC 
Pepper and wile, Memphis I Mrs. Borland 
and 'family. Vancouver; Joseph Clinton.; 
Spokane; J. Adams; Golden. B*. C; W^m. 
i4ogprH,-Mr. Rogers, Jessie Roger.H, Annie. 
Rt3W<?rs. Strathcona; P; ■ A. Bobbins. R, 
Vlebl. D. Weston, Vancouver; T. Blekle. 
CuiiibeVland; 1., D. Cherry.'Va:ncouver; J. 
B. lMone,-:A.'G. Wliryard, J. A. Say, Chi- 
cago; Mrs. B.- F. Wlngard, Champaign. 
Jll-i; H, C. Mnver and wife. Mrs. E.. Qo.ir 
well. Miss Chapcn, .SPntriVi4-..jWrrS. ir. KT 
iSaod^raon- . ChatUtuoojifa, Tenru;.-._C,_ ...S- 
Berry,, Annls, B. C: Win. M'iliigan, Otter 
Point; C. Sharp, K. Sharpc, Moose Jpwj 
O. C. Cooke. I.,ondnn, I'lug. ; Wtn. l.,an- 
caster. Vancouver, 1. u' .'Stewart, Win- 
nipeg; James Borl.ind, V.uifouver; Roy 
Harris. Westminster; G. Ifl, Cooper, Van- 
co\ivcr; M„ J. TeTtrnest. San Francisco; T). 
J. Clarke .irfd wife, Vnncouver; F. T.^ 
l>anloa1s and family, Alamedn; C. Mor- 
gan. A-rb1«irta; K. n, Whcverly, Salt Lake; 
O. S. Slater. Naniilmo; <1. M. Murray. 
Otter FolfftY K. \'. Hhayier and wife; He- 
al tie; MisHC'i Knight, •MIs!' i^li.i'J'll':.-. .'t^- 
Mitle; Mrs. A. i 'oupbuid Hud. daugiiter, 
'foi'oiito. II. \V. lloichnm nnd wife, Mcm- 
ll.ihl,'^: Miw. I';. Tnylor, UrcnvJUo 



. Cleared and b ush farms; sa- 
frontage in district at all prices. 
Fine lartnlnitJSOun.try : p.„.,i 1?)cal 

I'narket. 

Apply Beadnell & Biscoe, Rea 

Fr=tnt>-' A4^ontS. Comox and -Gourt 



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Kdinburgh; Scoj 
Flshe.r, Sooke'^ 



At the Balmoral- 
Miss M. A. Ritchie 
land; W. 8. Ritchie; H 

MIs.s Officer. 

At the Brunswick — 

W. A. Lohsc, Buffalo, VV.vo ; D, MerJte, 
)■:. Knowden. Sookf?; II. ('•. Moorman, 
rittsburg; M. K. B^an. Sidney; F. Cook, 
A. M. S. Newell, A. ■V^offenden, "' 
Browh, Vancouver; O. H. Richiuds' 
.1. Ciimshej', Jordan River. 



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WASHINGTON, Aiig. 5.— Immigra- 
tion froni*nd- emigration to Canada Is^ 
thO suh.1oct of a statement Issued today 
by tho immigration bureau. During the 
twelve months ending March 31, there 
were 7'<,912 arrivals or aliens and citi- 
sMtntJ from Canada for peimanont resi- 
dence In the United States, against 61.- 
517 during the previous twelvemonths. 
In the same period there were 103.78;i 
departures of .aliens and crtizehs from 
the United States Into Canada for per- 
manent residence, against BH.Ti;: in 
the previous twelve months. . CItlzeii.s 
i^rivlng- were not counted dtiring tln» 

hole of lAOl), and it Is estimated that 
,j.000 arrived- ddrlng the year. That 
number has iiebn incVtided in, maklns 
up 111" total of 61, .'■.17 arrivals. 

Thr^e, Killed by Shoc(<. 
.NIAGARA PAill/S, ( tnt. Aug. 5— A 
fatal accident occurred yesterday by 
.which Albert Collett nnd George Bruce 
of this citi?.-, .arid Patrick McLaugh- 
;„...-l, of Niagara Falls. N.'¥:.,dost their 
lives while at work In the new con- 
crete pipe line of the Ontario Power 
company. Together with a score of 
other workmen, the tliree victims of 
the accident were engaged in.ircmov- 
Jng the iron, forms used -to oratje the 
vviura" "(Tf The f'ernToFce<T"coirief6M"i^^^ 
now uiidef oonstructton. A form 
about three hundred feet from the 
lower end of the pipe "Was .being re- 
moved when it came in contact with 
electric wires running throtigh th.e 
pipe to supply incandescent lights. A 
small portion of the -inaulatlon was 
,t,orn off and the men I'emovlilg the 
brace were hurled away as though 
shot from a gatllng gun. Half a icore 
received a shook and three were kill- 
ed. There wa« a voltage, of 110 pn»s- 
Itig through the wires, but the flamp 
cfuurete of the pipe In which the men 
were stnntllng m«tf« th« shtH'k suT- 
ficlent to cftUBS death. 



I ln;^L as gotHJ a> it you na.l 
;^5trrfe-iic yourself j but all 
♦ ready td step into. Close 
4- in, near cars, with a fine 
X view of the Stra-i-ts-.- ■ House 
} c(insi.'>i ■ "f ■ ' rcption hall, 
parlor and. (iining- room, all 
finished in panels and oil 
finish, large mantels, bay 
windows., and piped for fur- 
nace, kitchen, l^alli room, 
with enamel, bath and sta- 
lidiiai^y washstand. Pantry 
fitted with shelves and bins. 
Four bedrooms, verandah 
and side entrance. Full 
concrete basement under 
whole of the.h'nise., 
garden, .'^tahlc and 
yards, This, is rjtie of the 
best'buy.s we can offer — 

$3850 

And yoti can have except ion- 
■ ally "easy' terms. 



La'wn , 
chicken 



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A, larjfe corner lot 81x188 for J J 

sale on Fowl , Bay , Koj d and o 

l,#lghton i^treet at the e«c«ption-' \l 

ally low price of i- 

$800 on v»ry •aiy ♦•rmi. '; 
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I Jlummer & Ricteuiti 

Real Bs late. Flnanelsl Aftta. ;| 
1112 Broad St. Phone »«^«, <^ 



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^^CTORIA DAILY COLONIST 




VICTORIA REAL 






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■Allc^ood land, cleared and euhivate<l. Orchard of 200 bearing trees, apples, pears and Italian prunc^.. lialf- 
acrc'^sLrawberrv vines. Lar-e new (hvellm-, modern and attractive. , Large barn and Mable. Water 
piped to the house and barns. 



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E^lVUNG A.\l) i'KUIT LAXU IS OUR SPHCIALITV. 



Valuable Income Bearing Property 

Wediavc for sale the fVc^perty =^itunted on the rr)rncr of Fort-\ ancouver 
and^lears Streets, having a frontage ui Oo feet "ii hurt street, and ruiT^ing 
through -to McaTs street. During tin- \r.\^\ two weeksmore property on 
Fort street ha'-- been sold than in any Qthej^-p_a.rt <.l the «ity. I'ort street is 
at present, and always will be, the main vthoroughl'are leading from the best 
residential part of tlie town. As soon as the proposed improvements as to 
w idening and lighting arc finisl|ed,.,.tlie... -Street Avill (iuickixJ)ecome:one of the 
main retail streets of A'ictoria. 



Telep 



' SOLE AGENTS 

•^l. S. DAY_& B. BOGGS 

620 FORT STREET, A^ICTORI A, B. C. — 



I-'stablishcd 
1890 



Apply To '' 

SWINERTON & MUSGRAVE 

1206 Government Street " ■ ' Victoria 



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Lots of Lots 



1 2 Lots, Fell Street, 50 x 132. ♦;.... 

4 Lots, Leighton Road. 44 x 104., . 
-2 Lots, Leighton._Hoadj 44 x 104... 

I Lot, Duchess"" Street' 5i';x i.iB 



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I Lot, Chamberlain Street, 63^2? 120. 

Oak Bay Avenue Neighborhood 



.$800 each 
.$750 each. 
.$800 each 
.$700 each 
.$850 each- 



Modern Bungalow, Tlampshire Road, Oak Bay 

Mo^ Desirable Location, $7,000. Terms. 

Five-roomed cottage on Craigf lower Road, 

and two large lots. Price $2,500. Easy terms ^ . 



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5 Lots, Fmli Avenue and' Motmt'Fdlmie Aokd, 56 x 120 . 

--4^i4.otv 'Fifth Avenue and Mount Tohiii.e Road, 56 x 120 . 

2 .Lots, Fifth Avenue aii4>louat Txilmie Road, 55 x 168. . 

I L,Qt, Filth leaijci Mouat-Tolmie. Road, 55 X i^^8 . 

I Lot, "Fiftfi Avenue aMH^tnt'ToUnie Road, 42 x i(j6. . 

7- r Vc r y E a s y ye ;r .ro.s pn.a ll of ab oyc 



. . . .$400 each 
. . .. .$450 each 
. . . .$250 each. 
. . . .$300 each 
.... $300 .eadi 



APPLY TO^- 



Fire Insurance a Specialty. 



COLES & ODDY 



P. O. Box 167 



REAL ESTATE. INSURANCE AND FINANCIAL AGENTS 
i205.F.roa(l Street, Next to Colonist Office 



Ir fffe Insurance a Specialty. 
Telephone 65 



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t t We have »otne^BO«a B<?Te»«r*l»-^uj; Ar.-XA*^ ^„ I ol/ft t t 
\ t Hjnall blocks for sale at PO^ * AuUtlinfi OH LdKC^ t 
♦ I'Vood. bn very easy terms. :• ■^^; J 'J ^ - ♦ ♦ 



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♦ 



GREEN & BURDICK BROS. 

Cor Broughton and 



Several blo^iclr^t laiC|dori*ltnd' ■, . .v^. „.„ , ,♦ 

l^^i?"th-e"Re ^ Mi l l BajTroa^T-r^ H' T57 acres of /^''f.,'^*- "''J./:"'! 

'•*;,* * trees bearinii, < lo8e to steam- 

Also -sev^aLJyislnejBa ■..ftrop.ftrii.:^:^ 1 . (,oftt landing Small house., barn 

ties In* the heart of Victoria. ♦ __| and stables. .An ideal •|><it.. 




Real Estate Insurance ■- t t R. B. PUNNETT *t ALBERT TOLLER & CO. \ 

.d Langley Streets ' Phone 15:8 I * ..tat. ^c.nt..^9toc... xn..r.»c. ^ t j^^^^,,, „„,,„,,,, ^ers. .__. * 

♦ t THephon. niJ 1'. O. Drawer 7S«. 1 J 604 Yat.s Str»«t ' i 

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*..*^*^^*.** k * t ' . . . I (' *f« ,r I rVtiftJi'li 'I rrVt' g ■'«'■:* 'f*jLt -*--- ^ * ^-- * -- *:^^"~'' T * ■■ ****»«* " *** "■ * rT-r» ^i"W^ 

i iJ:^ I [ 434 acres.- near Clayoquot. ' with 
•»- -r- '.water front of excellent aand 
beach; price, per acre., 
tot, Menzles -Strr- " n*i»r Sim 
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SHOAL BArWATERFRONTH 

— ^ Half Acre ^™" 



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97.3 feet wat^rfrpnt, 193 feet deep. Level ground no rock, 
oartlv cleared. Splendid .building site, Price- $1650. $400 i 1 

^^ t t E. WHITE 



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cash, balance in two years at 6fc. 

HOWARD POTTS 

Bownass Building, Broad St. 
,««»«>«*««« rli » • » ♦♦» * *♦• « *• »>**»♦««** »- 



Lar«<e .Jot,' Superior aC soxHO. 
n«ftr government bjdgs.. . .$9100 

BusinesB lot, 60x120. E«otjlmaIt 
rrtiad. between Itock -Bay and 
Point EUia bridges, price.. f 1600 



IfA Desirable Place for j 

Your Home 




Three 
Snaps 



MAHON BUILDING 
Te], 1462 



604 Broughion Street. 



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1 Shaw Real EUate Co. 



Phone 40H 



707 Vi ir*Uil St. 



AcrcasTP — Three mllen out. 



MORTG AGFFS SALE 9 Acres,CedarHiIl 



ONLY A FEW CttbfCtl[X)¥S1E.Eiv'r XXJipLLY- 
; ^VOOD ADDITION; ■: ^^ 
All wijihin one block and lǤs of the car. 

Lots all level artraeareiCl^ 

, Building Restriction oh every lot.^^^ 

Price $550 Per Lot - 

Terms, $50 cash and the balance at $15 per month. 



Business Property 
Farm and Fruit Lands. 
' Houses and Lots 

Insurance., Rents, 
and Money to Loan 

Conveyancing. 
Notary Public 



(a) — Larse Lot\ facing city. 
fine view, iilcar Hillside 
Avenue, on easy terms — 



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) lari;'- i^ 
11 o u - (' 

*■ chicken hou.^e, near car 

line, Esquimau. Easy 

■ terms — ^ 

^2,100 

.- |<;.)ii406r-Acres- -goo d land, 
3J'.j ...iTiiles from Como.x, 
.much, o^'it bottom land, 
large/s t r c a^m runnine: 
across, lots of good, un- 
failing water — 

i«3,000 

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in\;!iil I'V ii',( iindcr'-ignod until ' ' '-:■,-. 
i;i(H K <h licing p;irt of tlic subdivision ol bccii'.-'U -|S. 



1 CV)''.' 

for lot J'\ , „ J — . . - -- 

Victoria ('it\ ( M^piifS). On the projirrlv is a fine new seven- 
roomc<! .hvc'llint.;. Tenders .mav l^r i"i al! < ;ish. o'r'p&Yr'ii^&skr 
with balance_,at 7 per cent, l*^! ' • .r ,ii';. '^'^rjlfX 

i necessarily acccpj:cd..,: ;_,^-~-'''" ^' 

5 A. W JONFS, Limited 

AGENTS FOR THE MORTGAGEE 



Good fruit lf\n(l. S'-m*' naU irp<'.>'. (Joo.l 
1 ."<prinff ^.'ir 
f PRICE ,14,000 

■■"A- Simp. Ten - jiB. Buy N ow . 



McPh crson & FuUcrton Bros. 

Vhone t888 ^ 




♦ ♦ ♦-♦-•-*- 







Hollywood 

Park 
Waterfront 



.♦♦♦♦♦♦*♦♦♦♦' 



i Fort St. \ \ Excellent Value 
1 Business H New Bungalow 

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Lovely Site for Home 



Two r<"inc Lots •' 



DALLAS ROAD 



One Acre, ' ■'!! 

]iri i|M'il \ ' ■' • 

-nit purchasrt 



MM \ ii'w , in 1I1C. ( >;i!: !'>n v di •' ' i' 
li • in ' c streets. Til' ' ' ! w ' 'n'' 



I hi- 
..iilt '. 
. $3000 



» ♦ Fine Corner Lot. '...■ 



'ICC 



^,1 : r FORT GEORGE--THE HUB OF B.C. M — — — | j ....^. ^^^^^^,, ,^^,, r.r ..r.^.u... I 

)G ♦ t , . ■ „,„-„f , .. . . <;r.,ii West, whprf they '•^- t T 1"^ ^ ^-^ ^^4-^^ I t ">'l'l'i ""p "i>'e mdtus ami In tho '[ 

, J ■'•'- ''""^^'^,:-7r^'''''' 'TTooO p. i- l..fo,..,,he 0. T. P. rea.h.s \ t I T O "H P T I V M ^ ' t-e..t locality. 1. 

: : i::;,%r;"r wM;/ :,:;'"; be U.nwed ..y three ot^^r .anroad.. M A 1 U jj ^ 1 t ^ * A .-BOOMED BIX«aAX.OW ;; 

^ ♦ ♦ M r>reHent\lVp head c,i: ov.'r l.noo iiUles of navUable w-n.r.r8 on which t ♦ _ _- — ^ ^ | (anrlsomely .le.s>Kned and well >■ 

tit : t ,Venmor« nr^now Plvn,^ «nd the m.sLrllut.ln^ ,M,ln. ^ ♦. f,„,shed In every partlcurftF.-con- '■ 

* ♦ Tr^eL of th- ■ • "- ,' ,1 land in the province. ^^. lave a few nr- 1 j ,,„,,„ ,, ,,. • .,,,,1 1 1 t«lnlnK dining and drawing rootns ; 

: ♦ J,riot« vV ■ ..Id, in our BubdlvlMon n, $178; eneh i J I' I • m 1 1 tl - " ,1 t • ^ .."I J ^ ^„^,,^,^ with all conveniences. 2 l! 

«^ r.cn • ♦ n' -' n«h Hi.d M.: . -'"' ,.,o.,vi!,s M 7 per ..eni. Buy now J t ,^^., ., . . hedroomp, bath and toilet, on the " 

* • -^ : I f,.!,;, n.rorl^ln.l ..w,. ^ »- "" -"•' "'"• "^^ '"''■'^ '-^ l I { J ground floor. 2 well finished bed- ;; 

_ « T „,!• ,.,,r,.,i. _; _^ I \ 1,1, 1 ^n \ 1 ji ;, willi 1 \\ . ' I I rooms' upRtnIrs, iHTKe hall, vepan- ], 

t^ ♦ . -« «-.^-v». Tr-r-<-t-»T'-T-<T T I ♦ i * T *'''''' *'-"'^' hack porch, jjood base- " 

, * ♦ WILI^IAM MON-IFFIH J * • ll"n'^<-^ r.nt<<i. i ^ mpnt. .Ml MHeflymmrern. ;; 

' ' ' ♦ t Real Estate, Loans. Ineurance ' ♦ t it '*''**^* •'•''^ - 

$1.800 ♦ * ^, „ rK.mhe,-. 1218 L.ngloy Street . * PRirH 1 I Termx, $.500 cash, balsnre any '' 



WILLIAM MONTEITH 

Real Estate, Loans. Iniurance 
Chancery Chambefe 



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11 

1218 Langloy Street . * 

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GILLESPIE & HART 



rtre, Ijtfe, Accident 



Bniployee*' Liability Innarance « ♦ 

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Colonist Real Estate Advertisements 
Are business Getters 



14 Wp«fntt & I etts 1 1 FORT STREET \ \ Fort and Yates | \ 

,|.„.J:.. TfVOVVll. \X L.Vil.J ^ J Hnxl2il' Bui'tnea.s corner.. .$19,000 ♦ I Q-tfrxc\i-C ? f 

* ♦ ^ r. * t fiOxno Revenue produclni?. 12.0O0 ♦ 4 O I J- CC tO ' 4 f 

MiKi<l\- r,|('ck. ^ ates Street t ♦ cnxi-n Xenr BlanehArd »t.. flo.ooo ? T T t 

♦ 1 f.Ovl;.;" .Vcir.i r.lani-i.H.'l, 31,000 } ^ \>-- -i— '■'^" """i" evrel- T f 

►_».♦.♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦-♦•.♦♦.♦.♦-♦-.-^♦-* I ^^ BBdnlmaU. , _ t ♦ I''" 

t A •■fin.«l (ess corner lot In a fine J ^ '"' 

♦. 1821 ACRES— Cood lnn.1 :tr, io 4i. ♦ locution', can't he bent U" 

l rnlllh'n.s feet iiinreliantahte 
T 'bend of Wheep, more orjjesj 



lioliNO'^. well, et( 



timber, ,,o„r'f~^-'«*«> ''"■"'^' "" ^"' " \ t 



._ Jj?f ~^i^ .'^ °- * ^ room X 
This ia a- snap; 



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'7. Cox, CupUftl Mercantile Aarenoy, <' 

IZlk Langley Street, i'hone 462. 



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PRlCt 

$7,500.00 

Tcrni.'^: < )iic-tliirfl cash, hal 
r , ancc li* arraiif^c 



, kitchen with all conveniences. 2 

+ ♦ hedroomp, bath and toilet, on the " 

I * >^rnund floor, 2 well Hnlshcd l>ed- " 

I ^ rooms' upatnlrs, larRe hall, vepan 

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A. GILSON 

12,000 TNlll hnndir t),l.^. l--or pnrtlcu- "• j.^^^,, jagg. ,. o. Box 453. a i 

Inrs apply "1 meal a»t«te Afent. ,, ,, 634 View St 

704 TAXES ST. 



US can.be managed. T t /^ • i*' f% ..j^ " ♦ ^ 

=.====_ I { Curne &rowcr i I '^":f -«•«:!» ^ 

I Fleming 4 Dowswell ? * 



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'Phone 2307 o 



'• t 12X4 Douglas St. iPhone 146O '| 



balsnre any ]| 
way to suit th'*^ purchBfiei-. 



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R. GRUBQ 



1212 Broad' St. UW'^'II^WMr 

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\T:eTOMA DAILY COlX)NIST 



•atunfs)^ Awfluct e, 1919 



Canadian Northern 



VT. KAwmmoB-iiiuaTox.. ; " 

, mbOTB 

HMraUlMaitiir AppolaUd — Taat 
Turbtii* Mckm^ra 

ROYAL EDWARD 
OYAL GEORGE 



1B,000 XO^SBrOWSB 

.XiBBS TXAW BIX BATS rmOlt 

rO*T TO POBT. 

'/ 

Full Information on application 
to B. 1^. Blackwood, General 
Agent, N. P. K. 

1^. D. Clietham, City PaBsenger 
Agent, C. -P.. «.- • E. "R. StophPTi, 
O. N. By., or W. 10. T>iiperow, 
C. T. A., nrand Trunk raclflc. 




On the Waterfront 




FOR SAN 
FRANCISCO 



And 



Southern California 



I.,<?avlng: Victoria «t S a. m., .\\ig. H'. IT. 
•teajmera QUEEN OH riTY QK I'L KLiUA 

THROtlOU SERVICE 

L«ar« Seattle 10 (v. m., atcamer GOV- 
KRNCIK (Jll l-RBtJIDi;NT, -VuK. J'.', 19. „ 

For Southcaai^rn Ar»»ka. COTTAGB.CITT. 
M-. CITY OF Bfc;A.TTI,E k-uvt-s Saatlle 9 P. 

m.." Auk- ". 13. I'-'- -!■'• ■" ..,, 

TICKET AND FREIGHT QFFiCE— 1H7 

Wharf itrcel, Phone 4. . 

R. P. RITHET & CO., I.t<J.,--A.gent». 
C. D. DUKAXN, G«n., Passcngrer ABent. 

113 Market iil., Shh Francisco 



For fur 'her liiforina'.lon obtdin folder. 



Port Anaeles 




Friday, August 12th 

S. S. Ciilppewa 

i.K.w i-:s \'iCTcmi.\ 



a.m. 



noon and 



4 p.m. 
I'orl 



kctuniinp: T.eaxcs 
Angeles 
lo a.m.. 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. 



Skilful Feat of CaptaiiT a 
• Engineers of • &fer=f tmntl. 
Liner Brings Tlieni Praise 
and.£Qims_ Fr6i] i C ompan y 



I Ui't luiM been aiut is, the 'damper' if 

iu,l 'MlU'iu-fM-'- It h«« put on the general 

iniiU< tlmt hail Bhown Hrune si^rhs of 

liuproxhiR iiiul riKhtIng- itHPlf. In the 

HiMiiiK. luur It is no ox-TRKeratlon to 

jsiiyT;Ti;it had t'hp (Miiiifsp not sunk .such 

ilai'Kt' ">"ou"'i* <>< money on ruliber. 

It till I tnoTit^v would in a grcal many in- 

i ,si(in(''i-s haVf gone to buy uv large 

liuiiiUKlt's of the balances ot stocks 

tlija,><irc still ihf results of ' the yjust 

frw )i-;irs j)vor loading find that have 

i)rin;|iiiitu4 . tlie. CTn'iK>K5' ;i<lea "of market 

tkrl<;t>s ooiiiliiK liiti- line with Manches- 

tcu'^aiid BradrLt-ni's i,',i.)sUH to remalce. 

"There 'a alsQ not the slighteMt flonVit 
tivat the recent contreteinp.s will break 
i-oniiiiercial frb-ndshlps of many yeara' 

standing. " .^ . 

Pf*<iu*'-»t Canton 



BIG UPHEAVAL IS 

THREATENING IN CHINA 



Movem ent •) Like ..Boxer- Out- 

break.- Feared "bT^esidents 

. in South.west China — Hub- 
ber Boom Causes' T^"sT"ess' 





A MEM 



Mr, Kelly 'TenBered PotlacFby 

- A he ■ Brow n M e n^ oi - Pac&fi 

and Given Carved •^ole— 

--Capt. Jacobsen.Buys R-'i'iger 



--^?he c lty-ef Oanton is a plague- In- 
fested place acc'onllng to news brought 
b>~ me'T5ri!>gpru>\v.nPe6pTe are dj'ing in 
the fity by hundreds and it i8 dlffi- 
I'vilt to get men to bury the dead. The 
hot weather of the unusually dry .sum- 
mer has .made the conditions more 
than usually unhealthy and the "reaull 
has beon.tatal. An effort ha.«i been made 
to burn down some of the Infe-sted 
quarters, but with little goorl result. 
The houses are ao crowded and ho dry 
a'nd rotten that" it is difficult to burn 
them down without starting a serious 
conflagration. 



'that the ateamshlp will b« a total loaa, 
the bottom being torn open bo that Iti 
will be impoBBlble to raise the vcBBel.! 
Capt. McLeod and a number of th« 
crew will stand by the ship. j 

At the time of the accident. Capt.' 
Atclvcod wa* In hl» berth, and Pilot 
Richardson was on the bridge. The 
a)iproach to tsentinel rock at the 
southern end of Lynn Canal, Is one 
of the most perilous 8,tretch«B- - et- 
water in Alaska. A ship must clear 
rocky islands on both sides, the 
sihallest variation from the course en- 1 
tailing disaster,. j 

StrBwn With Ra«fs j 

The /wails of the canal are preclpit-( 
ons, and the waterway i deep, and In 
many places narrow. Sentinel island 
.■Biluated about lour miles north and 
east of Shelter Island, is the key to 
tbu -narrow' ijassage way by Shelter 
island. 'I'his passage is strewn with 
reefs, and at some points Is loss than 
half a inile in width. Sentinel Island 
"IF'a'laggcd rock ubyut l!5(t yards long 
and with long, tootti-Uke reefs pro-' 
jeciing ,at the. north and soiith ends., 

IMlot 'iiicbard.sou, who arrived here 
late today said that the Prluccsa May 
struck the reef -at- 2 o'clpcit thlH molrri- 



The steamer Amur, Capt. Locke, 
reached the outer ■_ wjiarf _ yesterday 
morning from Queen Charlotte island 
ports, bringing a number of surveyors 
among her pas.sengers. IncLnded. In 
the freight from tlie islands was a 
forty-foot totem polo-Vvhich >vas pre- 
sented wltli great ceremony at ^a^ofl 
To Mr. Kj?lley.„a- aur.Yeyon_by tfto In- 
dians of the northern fishing station. 
There was a great bamuet at which 
dried salmo'rj7~pllot bread and tJther 
Blwash delicacies graced the board, the 



ing. -- :- ■-- - 

"We were going at a twelve knot 
speed,"- he said. "Owing to the haze 
which hung over the water, it was dlfh- 
cutt to see far ahead, and the rocks 
were, not visible until we were almo.si 
upon them and it was loo late to avoid 
a disaster. ^ETcrjr-eftort was maile to 
.k'eep-the ship »n Die reef, biilJl struck 
*and sank in two hour.': " 

■ "■ Pride of 'Alaskan Liner* 

The Princess May was regarded as 

-the pride of thjj AlasMn_ liners, and; 
was the most popular of the steamers | 
t OT in rri s to Skagway. Twenty- two i 




Canadian Pacific 




SEATTLE^ RETURN 



tp^fai 



Week-End Tickets 

Saturd^iy until Monday 



$2 



L. D. CHETHAM, City Pasienger Agent 
1102 Government Street 



.'k 



DUG TRIP 



OUND 



50. 




S.S. "IROQUOIS" 

Leaves Victoria 9 a. m. dally except 
Sunday, for Port Toivnsend and,, Se- 
attle. 

From Victoria Dock Go's. Wharf, 
Wharf street. Returning, steamre leaves 
.Seuttle Ht midnight, 

JAMES McARTHUB. Ag-ent. 

Phone 2864 , • .S.24 Wliarf .Street 




Steered with her propellers the 
steamer Ningchow of the Blue Eiiivnfil 
line, which reached the. outer wharf 
' \ esterday morning fro m Xlverp ool by 
.v;i\ .; the far east wit,h over- M.OOO 
I !:.- . general freight and .'>74 Chin- 
; cSg^ of ,\v:hom- 13-» paid |67;00O for the. 
j privilege of landing .in Canada, made 
her way Into Yokohama from 700 miles . 
I iU- sea after .her rut^jjer— poat_.anappm--i 
when outbound from here homeward. 
i ht rudder post, a heavy casting of 
;-e\era] tons weight, snapped dwi^K "■ 
.iiale, and Capt. Allan resorted tt) the 
twin stvrews to steer, going ahead with 
"uc propeller and astern with the 
j other engine at short Intervals to ^^^V 
the big steamer on her course. .W 
' YO'kohamh the shipyards ,were unable 
ID effect the necessary repairs and 
after a delay of .Jve days Chief Engln- 
I eer Reld and Second Engineer Ander- 
son devised a scheme by which a. jury 
j steeringf gefir was. rigged. A big piece 
i^jf steel was fastened to the rudder 
; head, bored at either side, and two 
I long beams were made fa.st projecting 
j over the stern with pulleys at the 
end. Lines shackled to the steel fitted 
I to the rudder head were run to the 
I pulleys at the end of the projecting 
, beams and through the pulleys to the 
.steering gear, and the vessel could 
t hen be steered from the bridge. The 
makeshift steering gear broke a couple 
eavy w 
s 'of- t 
again to be resorted to ijntU the e:n- 
i^lneers had effected repairs. Xhe clever 
work or the ^.'tngcho^v'B comp.-ftiy was 
t^f subject oif congratulations from the 
hf.d office of -the- company and the 
a,. tain and chief engineer were award- 
ed a bonus from Holt & Co. The new 
forging was made in London and the 
snapped post Replaced. 
. -.T.he.Nlngchow made a fast run from ! ♦ 
Yoivohama, which port she liSft ' oh ] . 
iJuly 23rd. Other than occasional fogs 
no unpleasant weather was experienc- 
ed. . The- cargo includes 2,500 tons of 
steel pJ|.^. and general merchandise 
from the t'nited Kingdom and Hong- 
kong. For N'ancotiver the steamer had 
5,000 ton."- for .Seattle 900 Ibn.'s and for 
Tac - ' 

Revolution Threatens 

That a 'great Upheaval in southwe :- ' 
ern C'hina similar to the Boxer move- j 
ment in tho north ten 'year« asro i.<! I 
•imminent^vvas the news bro!) 
Nihgchcfw -from -China. ^ ti : 
"has "bpen -Jburneying rfor a . ye.nr in , 
ifl^uhhan states, that revolutionary lead- 
ers have plans laid for a rising, which 
is anticipated on the beginning of ex- 
pected antl-Manchu risings in Peking. 
The liprising threatened is aimed at 
the Manchus, but there is an under- 
lying feeling against foreigners., and 
the Yunnan correspondent of the 
China Post says the rebels would take 



>f tjmes during heavy weather and the 
steering by means 'of- the engines had 




^ S. S. VENTURE 

Classed loo Ai at Lloyds 

VJlLh SAIL ON THURSDAY. AUGUST nth 

\'ia Vancouver 

Calling"'at Campbell River, Alert Bay, Rivers Inlet, Skeena 
River, Prince Rupert, N«aas and Stewart 

JOHN BARNSLEY, Agent. 

534 Yates Street Phone 1925 



GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC 



FOR PRINCE RUPERT, STEWART. U 1 : K KN CHARLOTT K ISLANf)S, 
Via .Yancouver_ .• - 

S. S. Prince Rupert. 3.000 Tons, S. S. Prince George 

Kvery Monday. 10. a. tn. Every Friday. Itl a. m. 

FOR SEATTLK, SATITRUAYS AND AVEDNKSDA YS. MIDNIGHT. 
Returning, leave Seattle, Sundays and Thursdays. Midnight. 



THE INTERNATIONAL DOUBLE-TRACK 

ROUTE 

Reaches AH Points, in 

Michigan, Ontario, Quebec, Maritime Provinces, 
New England, New York and South and East 

via Any Route. 

FIneM r'>H4h"d. modern nn^l lu.vurious trains. ]''or Information rb to 
fHre.«. t'l.'. also for folflers and particulars ro Grand Trunk Pacific points, 
nrply Rt fmporary office. Q. T. P. dock. Wharf Street, rear -of Po.st 
Uffic*. Write or telephone: 

W. E. DUFEROW. Telephone 24.'il, TIAROLD BROWN; 

C.P. & T. A. Dock and Freight ARcnt G. T. P. S. S. 

General Agency Trans-Atlantic Steam.'>lilp Lines. 




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Captain McLeod and Crew of Ill-Starred Steamer Princess May 



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Through tickets and through bills of 
lading arf now Lssued from Fiiget 
Sound and Britlah Columbia ports to 
• Atlln, B I'.. Dawson. Y. T. and Fain- 
b.ink-'i. A!a,-,'KA. - Connsctlons- mada at 
ckagway with our dally trains, at 

White Hor.se and Caribou with our ^^ ^ ^ , t„,.„i„„M„„ *„.. 

river and lak^ steamers and at Dawson Hheopportiinity~fTf exterminating for- 



with eteumers for points 'on the Lower 
Yukon river. 

Fur furtlier Information apply, 
TBATFIC DEPAXTBdEWT ^W. P. ft Y. B. 

405 Winch Building, Vancouver. B. C. 

Union S. S. Company 

Of B. C. Ltd. 

Direct Service Between Vancouver and 



SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE 



By Goye-rnment Wireless 



STEWART 

favorite passenger ■< 

"Camosun 



The favorite passenger gteamer 



Leaves Vancouver every Wcdnss. t p.m. 
Ar. Prince Rnpertr evco'^Fn. eftt^rnoon 
Arrives .Stewart every Siitur. afternoon 
Leaves Stewart evjry Saturday 6 p.m. 
Leaves Princ* linporl every Surt. 3 a.m. 
Arrives Vancouvi^r ev"ry Tuesday 9 am. 
Ticket* from Victoria at 1105 Wharf 
street. Telephone 1164. 



S.S, lollep Willow" 

Leaves thp ''.. I" P. Wharf at 

7:30 n. m. 
IConday and Thurtday for 

BAI.T BPKiira, aAz.iAiro, 

ItAITri! and neighboring I«lau<l». 
arriving back at Victoria at 
8 :30 p. m. 

91.50 bOttstd trip 

Tttasdajr and Friday for 

XATirB ISI.AWI) A»rt> WAT 
POXXB 

Wednesday a«d Saturday leaves 
Mayno Tsiand nt 7:00 r, m for 
Victoria and way ports. 

FrelKht must bf> shipped not 
later than 6:00 p. m. day prevlf.ns 
to sailing. 



eigners in Yunnan province'. He con 
siders that the interference .f5r a for- 
eign power against a revoli.itlon Would 
be the signal tor attacks on forejgnr 
ers throughout southwest China. I^h'e 
military forces of the southwest are- 
almost entirely antl-Manchu and 
would join in an up! ■ ' crainst gov- 
•^•rhment. and foreij. ese troops 

are forei gn-drill ed and armed with 
modern weapons , including . Krupp 
quickllrers and mountain guns. Com-, 
menting on the news from Yunnan 
and on telegrams from Can ton telling 
of threatened risings In Kwungsl the 
Hongkong pap<;r tmy si Although too 
much credence cannot be placed upon 
reports from China sources it must be 
remembered that Chlness are nrrw af-^ 
fected with a hfftlo§U;l hyaterla prompt-, 
ing them to rise, burn and kill. "We 
are on a human volcano, and sudden, 
Cffrtatn, -ajid det orm l n nd arHon Is rtec«?-- 
sary." Some of the foreign newspapers., 
in their comments say the Manchu and | 
Chinese should be given a clear Hold to 
right out their differences' and argiie 
against European i nterferen ce to malh- 
tftUvnhe Marrchu govArhmentr 

Rubber Boom --Cdllapses--^^-^. 
I'r.ini SIlHngiiai the jitcrinier brotlghf 
a tale of woe in consequence of the 
fH^Uapae-o?. the rubber brtoTff.-'A Bhang- 
hal correspondent Writes; "There is no 
getting away from the fact that Shang- 
hai JiaK- been -badly bitten over the In- 
fjvl fable reaction of the rubber boom. 
Some ra.<(h and inexperienced specula- 
tors cohtractef} for shares In the hope 
of 'clearing large' profits before pay- 
ments became' due. They had nothing 
equivalent to put up against their pur- 
and war** conseqiJently -left 



6; p. m. . , 

I'oint Grey. — Overcast; calmi 
thick .seaward; bar., 30.06; 
temp., 66. No shipping. 

Cajie La^o, — Overcast; calm; 
bar., 30.10: ternp., 69;^ sea 
smooth. No shipping. 

Triangle. — ^^ Koggy: ' 

wind; bar.; 2'' 
Leebro at ancli 

Ikeda. — Cloud 
smooth. In, Hi 



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sea 



4.30 p. 



I' 



light 



!:'.;i.-Ti. 
•»• calm; t.ar., :;',i.4c); temp., "- 

♦ sea smooth. Sjioke Victorian at 

♦ II arrive Ketchikan 

♦ 1 Spokane abreast 
-♦■ Digi-iy island at 6 p. m. 

-♦• Kstevnn. — Clear; N. W. wind; 

♦ /bar., "I'll I-;- 
■^ .shtpplri): 

•» Pachf;;ia. — i icur, .S, \S 

♦ I .r., 30.20;. temp., 62; 
■^ smell. No slilpplrig. 

-♦■ TatooBh. — Cloudy; S. W. 

♦ wind, 9 miles; bar., 30.20; 
*' -tefflp.T"**^ liT^-Ur S. B. Ma n- 
■*-' j-.anita at 3.40 p. m. Out, barge 
■♦• Washington towing at 3 p. m. 
^•- -- -- -8:*. m. - - -- 

♦"" '^"""Capr ICazo.— (Ciouidy i; K. W. 
■•■ wind; bar., 30.05; temp., 56; 
-♦-. sea smooth., SpoHe 'steamer 
♦„southboimd off Lazo. 
1*- Tatoosh. — Westerly wind; 
♦• bar., 30.05; temp., ,58; $9a 
-♦- smooth; no shipping; --^«*--' , 
♦---^^s-^tncB . •Ruf>ert. — Cloudy; 
V calm; bar., 29.41>; temp,, 56; 
•♦- sea smooth; no shipping. 
■♦■ "Triangle.— Overcast; S. K. 
^ wind; bar., 30.05; temp,, 56; 
-♦-. sea smooth; Leebro anchored 

•♦- here. ,z-jz::::c=:::z:^^= 

♦ point ' ;i' ' ' i .■!.; ; cajm; 



Indian dances and gutteral' songs were 
part of the ceremonial to show the 
"klosh tum-tum" of the northern In- 
dians to the surveyor when tljey gav*'- 
him the totem, which heproposefl to 
erect lit his residence at Oak J3ay. 

News was brought by the Amur that 
Capt. Victor Jacobsen, owner of the 
three masted saiUn;;:. schooner Eva 
ilarle, has bought the steamer Rang- 
er, which was boughL.hy.X'apL J. ITiian 
and takeivtt>^SfiI3egate>where she has 

-♦■i been lying ,on the beach tor some' time 

-•■ T!i- ". bruiight oriiers for a suit 

•♦ 'if the Ranger, whi-ch' was for*. 

♦ rueiiK 111. schooner Wishah, bii'llt by 
.♦• Sound Indians for halibut fishing. She 

♦ w,as abandoned a few years ago off 
, Peddar buy jvnd salved by Indians of 
^ the district. Later, she wtis sold Ity 
^auction "and was englned and renam- 
^1 ed the Ranger, being .used in connec- 
^i tion with the herring busilncss at Na- j jng a large araount 

naimo. She was then sold to Capt. kmed while resistinj 
Mann and taken to Skidegfite. The en- After the* attae'k on 
■* ginea have not been userl for some' 

♦ !■■„,.. 

♦ 'i :; .\:iiur broi.. , s tli:it l,be 
♦i wlialers Have been vcr.x .^uccessf.ul off 
■•■ the south of Queen Charlotte islands. 
>.:_The Steamers William .Grant and (Jor- 
V! 'mania are hunting from the Rose har- 
■♦i bor station. They brought ■ Iri eleven 
-♦- whales ui> to the titne the- Ainur 
-♦-! reached the station and on the ves- 

♦ ; sel's return had seven more. The 
^\ Amur bcowght the first shipment of 
.*.! whale oil from the RoBO *-ha,rhiiir.„84,ft- 

♦ 1 tlon. 

^ Offlc-ers of the steamer reported 
^1 that the fishing Vieason on the Skeena 
^1 river has been, very good, surpassing 

all expectations. 

The Amur.' is to be overhauled ajt 
"■♦■] TCsfinlmalt ..nd will sail north again on 
Monday. 



most of the chain, are Bird and GuU 
Islets, low and wooded. Eagle and 
Herbert glaciers dlstrlbuti-i bergs Into 
the canal opposite the island chahi. 
Battery point, on which the steamer 
Amur struck, and liadly holed her 
hull a few years ago Is nearer Skag- 
way. The Amur would probably have 
met the same fate as the Princess 
May had she also been a single- bot- 
tomed vessel. The double bottom was 
badly torn on that occasion, and the 
steamer came south low down In the 
water. The scene of the disaster is 



almost opposite where the steamer 
Clara Nevada blew up during the 
Klondilve rush, and went down "w^;!!!! 
all hands. Only the wrecked hull was 
found many months after the dia- 
a.ster. The place is also about forty 
miles distant from where the steamer 
I.'-lander struck a floating iceberg in 
.Stephens Passage on .\ugust 16, 1901, 
and went down with loss of 68 lives. 
Juneau, whence steamers were sent, 

! to assist the survivors of the founder- 
ed steamer Is about 45 miles away 

i from the scene; 



: ALL SAFE ON PRINCESS MAY 



Cbhtlnuert frdm Page One, 



'•*■ Mr;- and Mx*«*'kK^_ H. Hlscricks, Mis> 
•♦; I'ilzle and S(>pR|c'*'til8c.(>cks, Mrs; He 



Ispes 

len- 

•♦ deraon and' her' son. The majority 

of the crew resided here, many • hav- 

, ing tholi' families resident in Vic- 



years ago the Halting, as she , was 
then known — she has airlce been 
known as the Nlngehow, Arthur and I 
Caaa-rrwas built' to the orders of thai 
late Viceroy, Chang Chjh Tung ofj 
China with a sister vessel for service! 
between China coast ports, Macao and 1 
Formosa, before the island was taken | 
from Formosa by Japan during thej 
Chino- Japanese w-ar, and the steamer! 
was then tied up at Hongkong for i 
aonle years, being acquired in 1301 by ' 
the C. P. R. to replace the wrecked 
Islander and brought to Victoria by 
Capt. Cooper, ilii. r .iTi-iT of the Em- 
press of Chin 

When runnii;,; -. • n China -Mnd^ 

Formosa the steamer was the scene! 
of a tragedy. She was boarded byj 
pirates, and some of the Chinese j 
merchants oh board, who were carry- 

of specie, were 
isting the boarders. 
After the* attac'k on the vessel by the 
pirates a stand of rifles was placed 
on board, and these we*»i in evidence 
when, the Malting was brought to 
Victoria Ih 1901. She was operated 
to Skagway in command of Capt. J. 
Gosse, now a Nanaimo pilot, and in 
September of her first year's service 
she ran ashore (luring thick ■ fog on 
La'squltl isiland, her hull being badly 
holed. liepalrs were effected by the; 
B. C» Marine Railway Company, andj 
Iri -i'9<)4 I the- steamer- was remodelled! 
at Esquimau, and was renamed the 
Princess Maj-. ' j 

The Princess Way was built in 1888 
by Hawthorn, Leslie & Co. at New- 
eastie-on-Tyne, and was a vessel of 
t7SD4 : tons groBS.::;-69-Jtrtons-nctr— She- 
was 249 .leet long, 332 feet beam and 
17.7 feel deev). The vessel was well 
fitted for northern travel, haying large 
roomy staterooms, spacious dining 
saloons, social halls, ^bscrvatio,n 
fooms with large plato glato windows, 
smoking rooms, etc. - ' ' . 

Like the other vessels of the C. P. 
R, fleet she was covorcdj2XJnsurance 
at Lloyd's on a general polii-y, 

Scotinol Island ,, 



■t». 



The Canadian Express Co. has de- 
cided to Invade British Columbia as 
H competitor with the Pominlon Ex- 
prcBB Co. for provincial and ibrnugh 
buBiness. The Canadian Norlher:i 
ExpresB Co. will also operate here "^^ 
•oon M Ub IJneB are ready for trafflc 



chases 

I when the cra.sh camf;. People are now, 
I however, glad ' to .accept scrip at ,piir 

i valu<! Rgaln.qt payments" ?AWfig"tbthchi, 
land -nrp «*ba?^1nK a small Interest 
lagalnst fuj-y de,nvk-,lt,Wlth Its large c«pi- 
i tal of four inUllon dollars,' the Cathay 
; Tr,qst has come to the resone,^, in not 
i a few Instances, and thlsf has f'acllltat- 
I od the seitientt-nt. to a considerable ex-.; 
tent: :It Is no-(v hoped that with 'as- 
1 slHtance' the actual Cflsls vylll be pa.'ss- 
I ed but with results to hongs and In- 
divid lUjU.-fluU'vi-Ill be fell for months 
to come. A, mild form of Shanghai's 
recent exi^erlenre took place In Hong- 
kong not a great many .\'enra ago hlit 
the severity. <>t the result of Shii nghiil's 
gambling craze tnke.i us buck to the 
days 'if the 'South Sea, Rubble.' 'Pile 
most deplorable effect of this final 
phase of the rubber boom on our mar- J ♦ ♦ ■•■ 



-♦• thick seaward; bar.; 
■♦- temp.. 57; sea smooth. SiKilte 
'-*■ Quadra Plumper Pass south 
■♦• bound. 

■jn. E'aehcpa^-rrJ.oudy; ..westerly 

•«. wind; bar.. 30.05; temp., 67; 

♦ . -spa- sm'»uth.;_.-na.ahJji|Uii^S- 

-•- Baievan. -^ rtvercast; bar., 



~- Sentinel Islet, on which the Prlpcess 
■♦-I The officers of the- Princess May J May slruik, is a rocky i.«le standing; 
30.05; '■e-j were: Captr^X^McIJeod; "pttat;;^; fttcR-^ bold in Lynn canal, which has for the 
.♦.; ardson; chief ofllccr, A. Sla.ter; sec- most part preolpitoiis sides withi 
♦ ' ohd officer. A. Robsoh: Chief Engln- i gbiclen-t In' places' reaching the sealtrre,! 
.»-' Per, ,McOraw; second engineer- V^'' . U.. j and a lighthouse With a fog alarm liasj 



Roe; third engineer, J. A. Sullivan; ( been"- established there since 8hortly| 



-'^.CT: temT' '■ ^"'.1 ^-'|||'"•tb; 

no -shTppih;; 

Noon 
I'l.lnt I ;ri.y. -Cloudy ; 'aim. 

bar., ;^0.12;" temp,, ' • i. 

smqotli; no, shipping. 
'■'"■"Cape Jjkzo.—K. , W. wind ; 

bar., 30.0B; • temp.. 69; aea 

sniooth; no shipping. 

Tatoosh.— S. W. wind, bar., 

30.20; te.inp.. fiO; sea moderate.; 

no shipping. ' • * - ; 

- Pachena. — f.'lViudy; N. >v. 

wind; bar., 30.20; temp... _ .e.r; 

spoke 'Awa Mani westbound 80 

miles from Flattery. 



:^-"'ftTttrth- enKtm:'er, G. -Grant;, chief stow- 
.^^ nrd, W. H, RO\ylands; second steward 
'^'' Tl. FInlayson,; Purser, ' C. Ironsides; 
^frelglit clerk,. 'V'. g.ortw§l.l, ._ThQ total 

., campiemcn.tia.es. ' ' 



The steamer Prineess-Seatrloe, Capt 

'^ ^'v lilteley, which ■ reo-fthedPrl. ico Ru- 
1 rrl la-st night from Vancouvei' \vas 




after, the' Klondike rush. Seen from- 
the northwest. .^Hiking down Lynn 
canal, the rock ^siyind.H out well in the 
channel,, hencW its characteristic 
namer — it-Is thi norlhweBternmost ot| 
a'chal;N of Isla/nda, sti-etching from. 
Point Lena, for ten miles, and iBftbo.ut; 



, torlnT" She is expectcdat .Tnnoau on j are two lowland wooded islands. Ren- 



Suhtlfly and ■will arrive! here abom | Jnmin and North IsUuid, betweenSen- 



■*'i Thursday next. 

■♦■, None of the paasengi i 

* in.inred. A boat's cri;W 

♦ picked up by n fishing 



tinel Islet and the mainland, and be- 
,1 , re-.' uere; twoen it and Aooron island, southcrn- 

iif six was; . 

launch andi' 



(aUen to Junt^au. Later a second 
boal'.M crew with Pihit Richardson ar- 
• I rived. The members of Ihe crew who ,, , ■ j « m,«u,><u. 

•- ^ «.^r «^ > « ♦- «. 4 [ have arrived ftt Juneau are of opinion' teka. *wl »" kuHU.M CMit^m 



Mfonkfiv Branrt 15<fltp Cl*»tiB "TIMTien at««k 
*fls;-Tft«wt;-irnn *«d tinwM , Juutbb Ui4 




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Sketch Map of Lytiii C«iial-<»GroiM Iniliaites Wliera 
Prific«t« M«y Sink v 



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Saturday, August .6, 1910 




Coats, Stoles, Muffs, Feathefs, Etc. 



Including $20,000 worth of: 






TW 

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91\l.l^i3 



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The Equal of which, for Elegance and Richness, cannot be obtained elsewhere in America outsid 

York City. Much of this stock having been damaged but very little by the fire which destroyed 

our premises, but must all be sold just the same, regardless of price. 



4 



Ladies 



Don't'miss this opportunity in a lifetime to secure the richest and rarest gifts of the Southern Seas, 
buv them and have them made, up by \-our own furrier to suit your own tastes 



You can 



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W. LINDLEY, Sole Proprietor 
904 Government Street (Close to the P.O.) - 



Victoria, B.C» 



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VICl^tllA DAILY CX>LONIST 



Saturday, Auguat 6, 1»1> 





In Favor of FRUIT-A-TIVES 



for the Benefit of Other Sufferers." 




Spokon rllke a man! .Mr. Paul Junes of Sarnla i.s prouti to 
Hrlui.mlwls*^- Uife -great: dfcbfc-i&-.r<BW?s___to this wonderful fruit 
medicine. He \vaiU|S <?vcr.v_aiifforer In Canada to know what 
•'Krult-a-tlvt's" did for hltn. Ills rfward^ comes Jn the grati- 
tude of thosc^ who lak. is : il-l ■ i • |-pMltrasliVeS," il'"I ''l'." 

lhonis(<I\ cs. , " _ ' 

Saruia, Ont^Fet). , r.i l i, T i i lO. . 

1 li.iwi l.iiii a suii.m I'T the past 25 yettf» with fonsllpa- 
tlon. Indigestion anji Catarrh of the Stomach. 1 tried many 
icmeUlea'^nnd many doctors, but derived no benefit whatever. 
Kinnallv, 1 read an advertisement of "Frutt-a-tlves." in which 
Hon. John c'osllgan stated- that' iie had been <ured by- "Fruit- a - 
tlveSi'*~T'declded to give •"FruU-a-tlves" a trial and found they 
did exactly' what was cTaTmed for thciu. T "have'Tiow taken them 
for some tltrie and find they are the only remedy that does me 
jvufif^, 1 have reooinmended 'iYult-a-tlves" to a groat nuiny of 
Miy friends and 1. cannot praise these -^uit tabletu too^ highly. 
iis ihfv liave done mc jgooiH '^ ' ' . ^^v_ — 

I ilaltn "Kniit-a-ttves"-aF* Invalual51e In-everj, resp< 
I V, ,'!.,. ..t, ._.;.,. t}448-t«8ti4iw ni al for , thm. .J jg nefit of oth. ■■ ' 

- PAl'I. J. JO.MCS, , 

.. 1 i I m,->i::.- favorably known all over the diatrkt of Sar- 
V I ' was in busTnesa there for years, and Is now enjoying 
•f a long and fluticessful mercantile career. Every 



Fo reign CollliTries'Af ifcrrA me ri-; 
can Wheat ana Tr-aders Bid 
U.p Prices— Pacific "Coast 
Wlieat in Demaod^.,' ■• 

V i.'Hlt:.\ni;), Aug. a. — Mo^l •>( Uie news 
jfAt.,.UM;--iiaA:-jUtvor4«i-buycfB i,n the wheal 
ti-adK — r.^Chi>re had ^)een ' a' rathor de- 
lermlned effort lo Iforce a decline hev« 
undor.v_the- farft*t- nioAUiittciic~Df:; -Tv-inler 
wheifit. — HHiV— trl\'iM-p':ii>.LlI>£""'*'''t was ihe 
tlrwt to; show strength maklnff a t>tioii« 
recovery from an early hcea-k before 
the close. Paris,. Berlin and Antwerp 
all made good^a.dvances.^ for the day. 
Hack of this foreign strength v.af th.- 
claim that the French harvest has been 
sortmig^ damagjert " Sy .^';hot_ weather. 
l'rance~wi\s uported' buying cargbea on 
the Pacific coast. There were buying 
orders from the continent • in the mar- 
ket. Duhjtii contirmed good foreign 
buying of low grade wlteal and north- 
west markets Wf re i^ ^i^onger than U urs. 

Wheal — 
Sept^ . - . . 
l>ec. ... ■ 
. May . . 



XONTBXAX. STOOXI. 



(r-'urni»iii(*ii. by F, W, 
Slock — 

ATUal,, .-XHljehtos . 

Hell, Telrtplion*' . 

(.'an. ( 'onN. llu,I)ber 

(111. -iif^rj ............. 

DetroH I'lilled' V.'. . . . . . . 

Duin. Iron and S. pfd . . . . 

1 loin. 'I'pxiUe . , 

do pfd 

MaJIfH'x Ti-aniway 

Illinois Traclloii pfd. . . . 
J>akc of Woods 

do^ pf<l 

X-fturentlde. Pap.f r 

do . 'pfd 

Mex. hiRJit and fowcr.; 
Mont. MgUl, aa"^,. P""' • 

Monti'Ml Sr. Ry 

"Ki;n"li" Hrot'la" f^,'iepl 

llO lil'll 

Ugllvie MIg. Co . 

Ottawa l.t. and Power .. 
Penman.s I<inilt<»cl 

Quebec llailwav.''i 

Itio" dp .lanlei o Tram. . . . 
Shuwnigiui AVat. and Pow 
Toronto Hallways ■...■... 
WInnlfiOK Klectric Co. . 
(^'anndit f'fnieiii . . . • . . 

(Id i)f<l 



Slevenson & Co.) 
Bid. Asked. 
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BEVAN. GORE & ELIOT. Umitcd 

STOCK AND BOND BROKERS 



Buy 



WORTH CONSIDERING 

dciyv 



cheap cMitral business properly nciir to d< 
can sell \oii prupt^-riy oii Yalcs, l)ouglas or l-^ort at 



iroperly. M'e- 



r p 

(10 per foot, but 
wc can do better and deli\<T tiOxli;(» feel In ilic heart of tin- rUy,. a few, 
yards from Dougla.s, on View street at JlOO per fool on gond terms. 
Voii can ipakc no mislirke j/boul flVls. 



pro 



II can iiiHKc no m 
•'inc hlc/ik uii Dou 
jfiialile. llgKrc. 



Bla.s In ihe centre of ilu- 



•iCv, 



Cl 



III be bought at a 



DouKla.'* street. .'.dxIKi feet, close In. i'rice $1.00i) per foot. 
Fort 8lreel,"'6'0'rf.'() feet, with large house renting for 540 mnntlilv. 
$200 per fool. . ', ■■ ' , ,y 

,,Re'sldence, and two 'of I h- fiio-M 1/iariiiK orchards on \anrnuver 
Island .lii.sl oulsidf c'H.^' liiiiilK. cnijiiire.i 

('heap lot on (.iiiaiirii. ufiir 'I'olniU'. / 

' We have some ,'<rdei)riid. bu\'S, on ver>- ens.v iern^>=. In Siewnrt 
'I'ownslte. hargc selection -of ivouses and lot.« In all parts of the(Mty. 
Two well fiinilshcd houses in C)ak i^ay Dislrbt. 



Phones 2470 and 2471 



1 1 .-'.'; Gos'cninicnl St. 

f ii'T'ii'i'i PC— BBBaisagcggaa 



Vic-toria, B.C. 



VICTORIA STOCK EXCHAWQE. 



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Mi:!U 

l(l4-ii 



1 t 
llOVi 



101% 
104% 
108^ 



Close 

tos^, 
loevi 



I IK 



and 

ind 



find 
was 
Wea 



i.- ih'- licst 



i I'lili.s ,, 

1. ader of this paper Is at liberty to write Mr. Jones 
trut-4'tH- themselves that the. above let ter is gennio.- 
written to "i'ruit-a-ttVea" voluntarily amr"§orelv 

^ . . 1 . . of ^helping .-th.e-_alck. 

Tf}.- financial and social standing of those wtio have '^v^itten letters in i 
Kiiarantee that this famous fruit nu'dioii^ti is all that is claimed* for it. _, — ... 

•Fruit-a-tives" l.s" the only true Mverl stimulant in the world necause^ It ii« the only medicine made o( fruit 
juices. By its use.thc amount of bile i.^ increased while the muscles art* made stronger and rhorc capal)le of 
emptying the liowels naturally. Salts of every kind, senna and chcaii purgative pills have no action on the liver. 
Thev do not Increase the secretion of bile bv. the livei-, but th^^ir action . Ls entirely due to irritating the delicate 
lining of Uv l.nw.ls, "Fruil-a-tlves"-_-and "Krult-a-tives" nboi. can ami will jivosltively cure (\)n8tipation. Bil.- 
.toiisncss ami 'i'oridd l.iver. In tlip caSo (if Mr. Jones, the long standing: Co nstliJation, had affected his digeation, ■ 
.ausing catarrh of the stomach. As his bowels became m or e re gu lar, the digestion improved. When the Con- 
ptilialion was cured tht^ Indigestion, which was. caused by the Constipation, wa^ cured, also. 

"Fruit-a-tivea" has proved its value und ha.s made its way-solely on merit. "Fruit-a-tivPs"^ ia- probB;bl>i^ the 
b.'st known, and most highly apprecl^ited medicine in Canada. .The sales of "FYult-a-tlve!^" are 
,ire Increasing every tlay. The pwple reallKethat at last they have one retnedy that will positively 
i.s (lalntod for It— and tlTe}.\griow their appreciation of tjjis bonest, reUftble frult niedlclne by uslnv i< 
.iiul recommemling it to, their friends. ■' .*' . a". - ■ 

• I"' iiit-a-tives" is one of the few n:e<llclnes that may be taiten day after day \vith only' benefit ;•■ •'■- 
': ; . .:ary. "Frult-a-tives" could be taken for Twenty years, because It contatns only fruft Juices and 
iiiUiuT K natural remedies for all Stomacl). l^lver. Bowel, Kidney And Skin Troubles. "•Fruit-a-ttves" Is 
.'^^uited to, women and chil,dren l»ecau8e of the pleasa.nt taste and mild,, gentle actlQri of the fruit tablets*. 

Tf you "are siifferlng as Mr. Jones did, taKe his advice arid try "Frult-a-ttves." 6<)e. a box. p tor $2.50,. or trial 
1 .^. 35c, At itTrnPa'ers or sent, postpaid, oi\ receipt of price by Fruit-a-tlvea. X,im|ted. .Otta.'wa- . - ' " 



• enornioua'and 
do all that 

'bems»dves 

;;„■ health. 

tonics — 

eapceially 



All. . . . 

- t)at» — 
.Sept. . . . . 

1 )ec 

May .... . 
PorJi— 
Sept 



{<epi. 
Oct. . 
.Ian. 

Shoi 
sefit. 
0(ft. 

JhI! 



lit'-'!» 
62M 



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4 0''» 



tio;» 
62 H 



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87 »4 

41'. 



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i 1, ■(.=." 

to. 

,11.43 

1 o..?.s_. 

1(1.40 

♦- 



ii.«:: 
11.47 
10.40 

11.17 
ll.O-.! 
10.42 



36% 



n.35 



io.;:r, 

ii.;i7 
10.8'.! 

10, 3 5 



6014 
6i^ 

37 ' , 

38 S 

41% 

21.40 

■V.20 

1 1.65 
11.43 
10.10 

11.40 
Ift.SJ 

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(Ftn'lalshed 

Stock— ^ 
Alberta Canadian ' OH . . 
Amer. -Canadian .OJl 
Canadian N'orlh-weul Oil 
Can. North-west Oil 
Atlberta Coal and' Col. 
Diamond Vflle <'. and ( 
International C. and ' 



. H>;( 



. '.' 1 
. l.y'i 
.129.00 
. 95.00 
. i;;o.<i() 



.iir> 

.15 



•J I 



126.00 



^S.OO 

I. IMi 



mL. 



s the Crimp That Counts 



TEE CRIMP IBT THE ZIKTC IS THE EPPECTIVE PABT OF A 

Washboard-Eddy's "2in 1" and "3 in 1" 



Aic so natiKNi because all the GOOD FEATURES in thc"^ 
CRIMPING of the ZINC of all others are combined, conse- 
qiiently are the . 

Most improved and Up-to-Date. 

They nf^ike washing easy, and no torn clothes. . TRY THEM. 

.Also Eddy's jFibreware Tubs and Pails 

Made in one solid piece. No hoops to fall off. Cannot 
leak. Will hot ruSt. Will not taint liquids. 
Are Light ancj Durable 

Ihe E. B. EDDY COMPANY, LIMITED. HULL, CANADA 

"Alvvays everywhere in Canada ask for_ Eddy's Matches."' 



are having an Influence on the acreage 
planted, eBpeclally in .small fridts. 

The conditions in the Tliompson river 
i.llstrict have not .inaterially cnanjced 
; from • lB!<t n:tonth. Prpspecta for good 
' . nips of apple.s are excellent. 

.Salmon. Ar-m-^ArnistroruE.. H|«,LfJf\J,7T- 
I ("oiniitlons are also' about, the sanie. 
riicrr. has been , some 



Anaconda, 
Atlnntlc_Cp»i 
•AlchlKon 
B. and. O 
B. R. T. 
d e V e i o umeat ._.(jX .Lc_JE'.;:3Kr 



KE-W YOKK 8TOCK MAKKET 

(is"urnlahe 

Stock — 
Allis-Cbalniei - 
Amai 
Am. ' 

Am. Cot, oil 
Amer, Ice . . . 
Amer. 
Amer. 
A»i 
.\mer, 
Amer 
Amer. 



THE CANADIAN BANK 
OF COMMERCE 



HEAP OFFICK. TOKdMu 



ESTABl.ISIIFIi iPflr 



B. E. WALKER, .President I Paid-up Capital, $1 ,000,000 

ALEXAItDER LAIRD, General Managrr I Reserve Fund, - 6,000.000 

Branches throuf^hnut Canuda, and in ihc United States-and England 

BANK MONEY ORDERS 

i<l',:jfn *r THE fOLUCWINfi OATK!,, 

$5 and under 3 cent* 

Over $.■) and not exceedinff $10 fi cenn 

" $10 " " IV) ]'» I r!i'» 

" $30 " " $J0 . . 15 cent* 

These Qn.'rr>s r\r»- payable at par al every oti ' harlercil i ^ Canada 

(except in the \'ukin) and at the principal banking, po"U-s in the L'nnci: Ibey 

are negotiable at $4-90 to Ihe £ sterling jn Grcat^ritain and Tretaiid^ 

TheyXorm an excellent method of remitting sma!) >iims of money wah -iafcty 
•nd al '.mail rest', and may be obtained without dclsy. '" 

T, tM. Crawford, Manag-^r, Vlctorl.a Branch. 



Hl'Pb* scab, tt is rinderstflod that the 
.-liUnVon Arm exchanKO has disposed of ll.s 
'^nllre product, 'aliout_25 carS' of apples 
iiflng the principal item, at a figure that 
indicates good prices for winter apploa. 

The truck crops In the ArmHlrong dis- 
trict are ready for a Kood rain. Yloiaa 
HO far have been excellent, and early po-, 
iuli)o.'<, carrot.s, beets and ckbbaKC have 
been • in very BtrojiK demand, .and 
there is a prevalllns opinion that lute 
potatoes will command high prices. 

Okanasran Valley.— Further develop- 
ment » would ^eem to ahow that the 
apple estlmaie of 100 cars of applen for 
. Kelow«H will be -Hllffhtly exceeded. The 
Icrop of apricots \yill not he quite an 
[large aa .expected, due nialnL^o the sub-' 
I siltullnn of niiBal^m for standatd varle- 
jll.!S. which' I.H Just being dlMcovcrod in 
4Tfie new ItearlnK trcea. The peuch croj» 
will' be cl'iMC 'to pfcvioii.H e-stinialPS. 
ihouRJi cnrly Varletiea. nmv-bi«kAoB shipped 
are running «mBll in slae. ' ■ 

The crop "at Vernon will run abouf !» 
cars crab apples, seventy or, eighty tona 
of peary. about the jtarne ..f prunes anA 
plums, aria about 120 cars, of apple.s. 
This 'Will conie very lar^- ''■ '••""i th<.- 
ColdBtream municlpaUty. 

Mr. i*. MIddlCton, ashl.stiun imiUcul- 
turist. reports on the fruit crop in the 
Kootenays jind tiv- Knttlc river districts 
fis follows: '. 

The weather for tb^ month has been 
n.xceptloiially dry and (he .sniiill fruits 
have suffered very bndl.v. In making In- 
(juirlea al the Hhipplng a.ssoclatlons, "the 
.jam factory, and growers. 1 gained that 
thp fit rawberrle.s .dropped down below (he 
.luiip estlniates fully 00. while the raHp- 
bcrrlcf". allhouRh not all picked at the 
time of wrltlr;-' "'h ',(.., n i.. o,., ,,,.,,.'.^ 
borhofid of - 
well nialntnlu' :. 

The apples, pear.", plui orunei 

(iro nppnrcntly not siiffen ., ' 'n Ihc 
dry wenlhm' and In most, places arc good 
:ind will Hiiiti.l WfW nil IM Ihe .June eBtlin 



and A, 
and . c.. ,w 

abd N. yy. 

M. and ,St. 



COf^OIIlS 

hi mm 



Secretary of Truit Growers'; As- 

sociation SLitfis lip 'SifuMroiT 

m-Various-Barts-of {lieProy- 



Tlie folbiivving report has been recclv- 
. .1 by tlte execuUve of ihc r^rltlnh Col- 
li iibl'R"mTir"tTroV!'1nf 'U 
.Mr. n. -M. Winslow. • 'b 

rospect " to '^rviPTnl CoTiditicHiH at the 

|,M-s"iit lime (ibtihi.iiJ: Ihr'oitfrhotn the 



1', . "'1, 



•111. H. i;.- Krul' 
~At'«oiclalloii 



IJCHV .'^Ir: -7 Ji:aye 



as follows I'll 



have the Honor It! 
nil It cr,tU» (.IDttdtiJtn 



I i-mii I 



( ;■ n.'i :ii idldonf! .: W- 

lintniy Ti.e \ 1. IJ.M of f^iuall trails, .to 
i1.i(o liMve hr.cM MMially good, and prices 
lia:^^e..iUau.JaiCiLJibiiv.e,tti.cuJ3.\firage. i^aily 
pbinis. peaches aod aprlcoisi are also re- 
alizing good prices. !. 

'On \'ancouver iMlahd, iiml h; i-r 

■ST;YRil(\n<l, Mr Carpenter, as.'ilstant 
lii'rtlmliiir' ! ieport(< thut a\rawber- 
iles gave .i. an avcnige yield ' to 
c'lifful 'rrii',v.-.| ! lit 2no crates, itijd that 
1 ' price of S'.'.25 ii crate 

J.. i:aapbetTlc« and.-lQj f a»>»v 

iniiitb li.i laiK-r grown onl.v ork the 
Island — have given a large yield of »!.•«- 
cellcnt shipping slock, and on llie nver- 
a«f^ pMi-WWr' the aifi crate w lW-*>»-»K»a(: 
11.55. J^oino gi'owcrw exceed thaavoi-- 
ago yicbl and prices by reaspn of super- 
ior inetboda of-growlng. plcklnr ' 
nuirkpilng. The weal her for 11; 
month ha^beon dry, favoring gooil .-ini|i- 
ptng 'iiwlltles in raspberries and cherries 

fliuns and I'l-unes. — Pi"- ■• v-.r 

a Targe crop o,f both, but'i 

reduced Ihe size of tlip fi;;.;, i; 

.rot has occurred yet for Ih? )«ii "ii. 

.\iir.le-< and pPaJ'M are n fui; 1 ;• of 

ilty where proiier cure baa beop 

rh«ro are sirme .striking in- 

muneex of the Value t.f H[)rn>lng fur the 

prevontlon 0/ Bcab or black-spot; 

In every kind of fruli iti<? Kobdeffeft.ii 
of good culllvalion In conMcrvInK' mtilrit- 
nrr file miililfoHt. 

Tin.' .Me.'iri-lt.v .-in.! hinh 10 ice.s ..f lahur 



•I'll. .;■ . ' ' i( ruling fill 

Ure'want of water in many i)lace.s. 

Tbl.H season and last sea-sion fully <le- 
monslrates that wp peed irrigation In tlia 
Kooienays. not perhaps in the qtiantitlPs 
rc'auired In the dry bell, hut during cer 
lain seasons, like the present. one. a 
Hmall amount of Irrlgalion .would hB\p 
almost dotibled the iPtiirns per acre, and 
would be a great Insurance, in ilie tna- 
.Iprtty/bf places water is very Tian.d.\- ano 
.could he put on the land at a very Ion' 
cost per acre; but there seems to have 
been* a great prejiidlce again' >' u.se 
of Irrigation here. 

A well-.lnformed. and rel.latne corre- 
apondent give? (be, following on cropi* in 
Nova Scotia and (Ontario: ..„'.' 

F.astorn apple prospects are rather 
lower than last mobtli, and'£.Noy.a Hcotla 
■will now have probably onc-ihlrd of a' 
crop. Ontario winter apples- will also I'lC 
very ll(ib(." -"rear's '*rp a inedliirii crop .ItT.' 
niii:nlri. iic.H'lu-x ' mmii<' than averajje, 
I iipberrles -firm, 

i,, ■ , ' ' ' ■ 11 ts, blackl"^nliw 

aral grapes good crop. , 

(jregon antl Wasb'tngton prosppi 1 
.ii»t chsmtfed frormitrW-nTonTb 

Conditiians so far liave'^bpen •■ 1 • '■,<■■ h." 
frtctor^i' to the grower. At present . pros- 
pect a ^i re- f«r -fair- prices - for 'peacheR, 
•■v'+ifle^-H-^tbej' - ffiilts are -Ifi"' good to 
lienvy crnp nod prospee.lH are. for, goorl 
prices, iH Htid prunes, pears and 

api)le>^. n. M. W1.VSI.OW, 




Sic/<]a. Valley C. and C 
Royal Collieries 
VVestorn Coal" and Coke 
'ijji B34^4-B. C Perm. Uoan ...... 

Dpminio.n Trust Co. . . 
Gt. West Permanent , 

1 Whaling com SI.O'i 

Vhaling' pfd 78.00 

. I. -.(.art Land - — 

S. A. Scrip . 

Bitter Creek 

Bear River Canyon .•• . . 

Glacier Creek . 

Main Heef • . 

O. K. FrM. ■»<•>!• .....^.^. . 
Portland ' ihh! .■,_^3j% . 
Red Clirth 
fitewart ,M. hi i . 

Nugget Oold 

I^asnuett , 

iWq^y Calumet , 

Snowstorm ■ . . . . . ... 

I M libber Cariboo 

vanoouTor Stock Sales. 

l6il»' Alberta Canadian OH. .'J9'.i:. 

100 Internatloiial Coal and Coke at .0- 

lOO Nugget Gold, at $1.29; 200 al 
1.2.'.; 100 at I 24H: ROO at 1.24%: 100 at 
1.24«i: SO at 1. 24 »j ;. 500 »t 1:2,5. . 

1000 Portland Canal at .32. 

ISVOOO Alberta Canadian Oil at .10. 
• 5 B. C. Permanent. Loan -Ht-<13S, 

BOO .Portland Canal at -.32L%.^ . . 

600 Snowstorm at .61%.'. 
_ iHfdO S>iow8torm„at .61. 



COLD STORAGE ' 

il. COLO STORUGE 5 ICE CO. 

\'ictoria, B. C. 

Goods received at all hours. Expert attention 

Gonsignments solicited 



given. 



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TelepliiHK- _'j82 



P. Q.&OX875. 



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.05 '-i 



LVS 



PORTLAND 
CANAL STOCKS 



BOUOKT AITS *OXtJ> 
COMMISSION 



ON 



I 



Phone 2358. 



1122 Govt. SL 



! 



Cldham & Matterson 



R. D. MacLachlan 

Member Victoria Stockbrokers' 
Association. 

Board of Trad* Building. 

Phone 2106. 



lleiiibe.'s 



Victoria Stockbrcikera" 
Aasociallon. 



TO BSNT. 



urnlshed hi5use, 

.!ame-i Pa v. 



sl.\ 



rooms. 



rOK SAI.E. 

i:ighi-rodm house with -largo 
garden, St. Charles strli^Pt. 

1 'ue huniircd acres, Ksquiiiialt dis- 
trict, %'^0 per acre. 



COBALT MIHIWO STOCXS. 

i' . Stevenson & Co.) 

\ . —Today's eloidng 

l>tcl prl<.e.H were; .\malgamated. 'i, 
Beaver Con.. IS'^n; Buffalo, 150; Cham- 
bers Forland, 17: City of Coball. 21\i-i 
Cobalt Central. 16»4;- Cobalt Lake. \*M; 
Conlagas, ^00; Crown Reserve. 255: Fos- 



ter, ft; Ulfford. 
Northern. 6V4; 



(Irt'en MeehaTi, 1: Gt 
Hudson Bay, St; Kerr 



Phone 2456 



P.O. Box 793 



Wanted 

Great ' '\^'est Perfnanent 

Loan class A and B.' stock. 
Pacific Whaling, preferred. 



N. B. GRE.SLEY 

Stock ■ Broker and Financial 

Agt. Member Victoria Stock 

Brokers' Association 

Room 16, Mahon Block 




Mining StocKs 

AOK US rOB FRICZS 

Buy or S.ale 

Portland Canal. 
Stewart Mining. , 
Red ciirr, 
Glacier—Creek, 
■, Portland Wonder, 

American Canadian Oil, 

Canadian Northwest Oil, 

WAOKOBN. O-WYNN A CO.. 

Vancouver. 

Advertise in THE COLONIST 
.♦♦♦♦♦♦«-»♦♦♦♦-♦•♦-♦-♦-•♦-«. 



Cent. Leather 
C. F. and 1. . . 
Colo: Southern 
do Is jpm 
Cori. Oa« .... . 
Hocking C-«j«l . 
Corn Products 
1), and H. . 
T>. and R. O 
Dlsllller.s . 

Krie 

do Is pfil 
Gen. Elftc. .... 
Gt. Noi^ Or" 
Gt. Nor. pfd 
Itltricds Cent 
Int<>r-Met. 
Inr. Paper 
Jnf. Pump 
towa Cent., 
L.' and N. . . »/. 
Mackay .... 
Mexican Cent. . 
M. i«. P.. »■. S. 
M. K.'and T. ., 
Mlaaourl Pac. . 
Nat. Lea<J . 
Nevada Conv 
N. V. Cent. 
N. Y. O. and W. 
N. and W. .... 
Northern Pac. . 
Pacific CoBBt . 
Pacific Mall . . 
Penn8>l. R.\', . 

Peoples Gas 105 'i 

Pittsburg Coal ... 

I'riJFBed i-,teel , 

Fleadlng 

dfi ■■'■'I 

Rep, 
lt'r<;k It'liiiid 

do pfd 
.Soulhern 
."^oiitheriL 
Tenn. ('uiip' 
Texas I'ac. 
T. .S. I-. and 
Twin City 
Union Pac. 
v. S. C'ast 1 
IT. H. &te«»l 
Utah Copper 
Virginia t;hem. 



Lake. 700; LaRoee, 380'; Little, Nlplsslng. 
14%: McKiivley Harragh, 9S; Nancy 
Helen, .1^; Nlplsalng. 103 \4; Nova 
Scoibi, 28: Ophir. H: Ottsse, aV4; P«^ter- 
Hon LHke. I6',4; rtochester, 1 4 V» ; Silver 
Leaf. S; Silver Bar. 4; Silver Queen, 2; 
T.inlfkiunlng. SIVT, ; Tretbewey, 'll'ii. 
♦ 
SPOKANE MINING STOCKS. 

(Furnliihed by F. W. Stevenaon & Co.) 
SPOKA.VE, Aug. 5.— Today's closing 
bid prices were: ,. Aladmae, .Itj; H. Cr 
Copper. 4":.; Can. Con. S. and R.,, 62; 
<?0pper King, fi; Gertie, 1.= Oranby 
Smelter. 30; Humming Bird. TH: H.JTJO- 
1heek, 5's; International C. and C, 62%; 
Id aho S . and R., S'i; Lucky Calumet 
Oom Paul. 



STEWART 



3\ 

Canal. 32; 

Snowshoe, 



^S/T Mlas^oula Copper? 
Monitor, 4T"l^aboh, 'hi: Portland 

fc'h tn 1 ^ >1 / *ifc f^4i^l'*. -^ Vi i T I. -f? Jfc fc- _, ^ ■. 

•Snowatorm, 38'; Stewaft. 



6K: Wonder, 1 ''S- 



Stewart is now a busy little city. The northern terminus of four 

t of steamfihips. Tl^e undoubted termiijus .of a tran.ieontinenf . , 

The centre of a ric\i and raiddly developing ~ 



lines 

trict with a steadily increa.'^iiiB v»oiiuiati»/n. Stewart 
splendid field for Investment at present prices. 



mining 
lota offci 



STEWART LAND CO., LTD. 



Rooms 9, 10 and 11 Board of Trade 



^^■* * *-«"4 



THE LOCAL MARKETS 



pr r lb., 
. pftr lb.;. 



Wabash 

Western i'ntnn 
\Vestlnghou.'»f' 
WiHConsln Cent 

.Money on call. 

'r.iiii! ".iW's, .liS.COu shaiet-. 

METAt MARKETS. 



r,-,3.o. 



l^bndbn copper cUwe:, Spblw. 
up Bs. Futures, M-18-9 up fis. 
- Lomlon silver. ^24?ii. New York sll-. 
ver, fi2%.. Mexk-an' dollar.t. 44 cents. — 
Standar copper. Ili.Ori"' ' 
»1.'IOi!?4.,50. •■ 



TTT.:'"- 



Spelter. %T> -IT^di . 



NEW YOKK COTTON MAr=KFT. 



rrrtlatiirt*. 

Bran, ptr 100 lbs 
tihorts. ppr 100 lbi« 

Mlddlliurs. pfT 10i> li-» 

Out*, per lOl) IbB 

F«>fd Wheat, per lOU Ihn .. 
Crushrd Date. P" 100 :i.» 

Barley, pflr 100 lb« 

Cru8hj»<l Barley, pi-r J 00 lbs. . 
I 'hop Ke«d. per IrtO Ibi. ... 
Wholn Corn, per 100 lb«. ... 
I'racked (.'urn. pfr lOd lbs.. 
Feed, t-'ornnmal. pirr 100 Ibfc. 
Uny. Fraser Hr • ' ton . 
Hay. pralrju 

Fro»h Islnnil. por ilnzi"n 
E«»t<:rn KdlfB, per doxi-n ... 

Ch**** — 

ren«dl«n. P*"" I** 

N«ut>.liatPl. reich 

Cr»«m. local, r»cb • 

IlutiT — 

*lb»rt». p»r lb 

But Dairy 

Vlrlorltt Crrnmrrr. 
fowUhtin i>>,»m«5ry 
Comox Creamery. p«T lb. 
bait tipriDC la Creamery, I^mi 
n.Mir. 

K.SAHl 11 , ■ ' ' ■ i .vK . . . . 
l.nk" rif ''I.- \\o..rtii, R ling . . . 

Ueyal Standard, a bag 

Wild Roac. per «aok . . .• 

rioBTn-Hood, iiflr sack '. 

Calgary, a hi»K . . . .j.j_:,!_..Ll. ■ - 

Bnowtlftke. a bag ..;.... 

Drifted Hnow, p»r Mi k 

ThrfTtfc Star, per naek 

MoHel'a Bc?l, l"! l'T» 

Meata. 

B**^f. p*»r ih ..•••• 

.vimi'in, p-T lb, ■..»»• 

Mutlnn, Aijstranaa ,..*•••*•• 

Vnal. dre»«>d. v>>-r lb 

G»r»», drmti-J. per lb 

ChlfUrna, pT lb 

ChUliina. V'-r 'b . llvr wal(ht. 

Uucka. rtriisi'd, per lb 

Mama, per lb 

Pork 

rroiu. 

Klg;«. tabl». p''r lb, ...••>••• 

'Lr-n^on*. pt^r doieii ,..•••»«.•»• 
UraiiKPS. )NRyal 
BATlHTItia 

Aii'li ». S Ibn ..... . . 

A(iii«r»Kim, (UicalXj — >, 
tJr*pn Fcai. 2 Ibi.' . 

.^Piiiai'li. ' II" 

Apple*. P'-' '■••""' 



1 JH 

1.4S 
1.70 
1.46 
2.10 
l.SS 

.1.50 
1.60 
l.BO 
l.SS 
l.tO 

,1.90 
. 24.009SS 00 

19.00 

40 
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FIVE ACRES ON GORGE WATERFRONT 
This property was being iTchl :it $1.41x1 per acre: Now 
fcrcd for a tjuick sale at 

•-^*>^$1100-PER ACRE --$1100 



N. B. MAYSMITH & Company, Ltd. 



riinnn ISOil. 



Mahon nuUdlnr 



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ilie lonK.Mliorenien 
Pacific Stcv^edoring' 
>erl hHH been ami- 
omployefH ( oiu eii- 
InR the me.i'H deniaiidH of an advance 
of ten cents iier hour. , « 






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tjrap" fruU (Kim Ida) 
SirawbeiT'e*. fr box . . , , , » ■ > 
TecetBDlMb 

Onlona, • Iba 'or 

Bfr'ti, ppr lb ...... — ..... 

Carrol*, pur lb 

linlonii ( Aiislrnlinn ) -1 HH- •- 
Toniaionii (Klerlda). pirr lb.. 
ArtlitMik<'». (Cl.ibi-), each.... 
Artlehokca. J<TU«ai»in. H» .... 

}'ar»l<'y. p<>r bunch 

C«l«rv. per buocb ......<.... 

rucumbi'ra : . 

N.'W I'liliiiofii. 8 )hw 

Cttullflo-wt-r, -^aeh 

Cabbag*. ntiw. p«ir lb 

Lettuce. • bta4 4..« 

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F. W. STEVENSON & CO. 

STOCK & BOND BROKERS 

Members Chicago Board of Trade 
Victoria Stockbrokers Assn. 

1416 Mahon Bid f. 1114 Government Stree 



.QRDERS EXECUTED ON ALL i:XCn.\NGES 

Municipal. Government, Railway, 
Trust and All Other Debentures 



) - V 

Dealers in Local Stocks 



Private Wires to Chicago, New York, Boston, Montreal 



DISSOLUTION OF 
NERSHIP 



PART- 



TAKK NOTIO; that Un^ pnrtnorsliip 
li(>retofor(» exiKtInK. brtwcfn I'teilorick 
.l,»nn« rt'nd rhtlip .lcunt\ tfatltnjr -"« »ail 
nnfi t'^nl inakem under Ihe firm name of 
K. .Icnf- and Hrotlipr, nt No. 570 .I-jbn.son 
strpct, has been dissolved by mutual 
ronnpnl as from the SOtli day. of June, 
1910, the said Philip- Jcuhh •♦'neitiiinR 
fiom thf> firm. 

All liabHUIos of rbf> flrnt will be inST 
by F. .leune wbio is ronUniilng lh« busl- 
n*** and all moneya owlnir lo the lal« 
firm are to be paid to tb<;! aald I". .T<muu). 

Dated thiB 26lh day of July, 1910. 

F. .lElTNB. 

JPr-JBlJNK. 



NOTICE 

In ll>p- lCslAt<> of Thomas It, Tow^rn, 

latfi of Victoria, British <3«»iumbl<V'v 

Decpasefl, Inteslatf., 

All -perHOW, havinjf (?}aiiriR-a,«:ain»T{TiaII 
d(!»rf»aRPfl rtiT" roiifio.«t''d to send partic- 
nlaia th«rPOf, duly verified to . tha un- 
doralKiicd on or before tho l«l day'of 
Seplpnibo?-. 1910, after which dat*! th« 
adminlMtrntrlx- will proceed to dlstrlbut* 
th(> aRBets of the d«cea»Pd atnonir thi» 
por'aona entitled thereto having rtjfura 
.jjiily to th(^ rialma of which Bho thtu 
bsis noilce. 

l>atcd thia 2»th d»y of .Tuly, 1910. 
Ol.lVK M. TtllVlBrm. 

«.-)l''BeUci« Ave., Victoria Went. 

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MUt. Atvcoant tor six or moj-e con»«cutlv« 
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BUSINESS DlREOTOftY 



KMPLOYWIJENT BUHKAU 



ABCH1TKCT8 



GniKFlTH. H. a. ARCHITECT. lOOS 
Qov«riunent 8t; PhAne 148tf. 



HOOPKR. THOMAS, AHCHITKCT— -IN 
practice In B. frfor twc-iiiy-ilve yottia, 
iPlms ttttd sp«clflcalloii» lumUhoU >n\ uppll- 
calton. OtOco, 6 Slaters BiDck. 1'liotii.i \'U^ 

iSl riv* Bisters Block. XbI; Kes.. li-7«<; 

ofrtc* ^ i_i_5_T'__^; : ■, 

"vELWQOD WATKINS.. aRCWITECT— 

. Room 16 KlvK tiisiem Ulocli. Vii.u^rUi, 

B. c' T«l«phLUi.-B; Oftlcu. ilUb, l^caldmco 



mHH)' ' JAPANEaK'-aKSlSRAL cuisxiyvc 
J Co. I-td!, 1617 Store SU V- O. tItA: 
8S8. AH kliiils of ooutracl and labor supply. 



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nNG ON, 170> pOVT ST. HHONlB iS. 



Kt KMilBK >rOVrNO VANS 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY I cOWDENSED AP VlERTIgNgj CONDEHrSEO ADVEirrmNa 

-.— —,-—-—-- - - „»V*BB:r « ' KMPI.O¥MENt AKO . TO UENT . "' ~ 



...CONDENSED ADVERTISING 



MCAVjBS OIXO 

Xli. d«noa Vii gook_giL_ P hone 17»ll. ^ 

■\7icTomA a<^VET,-al^•o co.. -t>»''"''''^,f 

V isaiiiloviinnu.ia street- J'bWP. y"'- 
Ab1i<>b and rulibldh niiiovcd. 



TillC IJBVfcKKix KMPLOYMBNt 

1009 J-ort 8trn-t, Hours »:«<» to S.30 
Telephont) *<7. 



siTlIuTtrS "pAUUKU FUHNITUUK, AND 
piano niovliif vans. Phvino SI'S 



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ON, 1T6,I> govt ST. PHONE a>. 



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AZINO 



ERY ■ UEStUtlPTlON Oif Ul^liS ,— 

late sho.;t, prisniallc. ornanu'Utttl', 

l.uUcd. «te. Tbu ililroso Co., ,l^tcl., OlS.Fort 

fciti:«'ut. . ' ' ■- -. — ,:: rT'^~ _„ „:' ■'■ , 



17^ \' E R ■» 
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ART GLASS 



w;\;Hl»iK?LM & -CaV MATJUFACTIJ If- 
. ers or l.:ad.'d art glunB. Kr.i t"i, >>oCo>-o 
niacins your Tirrtpr.- -Hn^ti'lnK -a--»V'-^l^^U^ 
i'hone 2;tlSI', SO;i Kort slrett. ■ 



AK. HOV, 0\MI<. THIRTY YKARS 
. expcrl.-nic In Art Class Leaded 
llBhts fur i-hurch.». schools and private 
dwi-lllriK». Works and store S48 Yotea bt. 

Pho.io 5!)4. ;- ■ 

At'TOJlOUILKS 



H ABU WARE 



& CO.— HARD WAR IJ AND 

_ . ., Cor^i4»r -.,Ji4 

Johnson and (Jovorntni'n^^ts. 



11RIOR, E. a 
agricultural ImplfirKyits. 



rnUt; lllCKiJAN TYJ2 llAKDAVARB CO. 
JL l.id.. Iron, st-rcl. hardware, cutUry, 
aud 34 Yates street, \lctorla, B, C, 



30 



UOTJCLS ANO KKHTALRA>fTS 



BANN'KUMA.V & HORN UUTIU-, NEW 
' bufidlng: corn.-r Br..iur- nna -Johirson- 

Bin-el, V'lotoriBC:'-^ — }rH»tH!*tt--«^tfiLC3 (tnd loi- 
-f -tffafi^i-iSoJnt, \ ■- - ■ - _'._.rrrr: 

C~^I,rFOR'NTA HOTEL,, l ;' .1 1 J I T X80N SiX. 
newly flttpd up front UottomT+o-toPi- 
good accoinmod.itlon, BportluK saiury, coin- 
prislnK Ufc-sliod photos of uJl...lUa-lioUa 
sports and uthlclis up to lh« pr.-8.<nt clay. 
Bar aiwajs supjillcd with best goods, Ihos. 
L. JJcManus. proprietor. 



ixORAGK ANI> W AKEHOUBINCI 

r7^ 



\Vantei>-^;ari'i»:nth;rs 

\V try at orvoc, |i dfty. 



IPOR X-Ol'N- 



yiTAN'i'BU— UOOU COOKS, AU 
»V houspinalds and sev«^ral kiji 



,_«..» 



,HO TliREIO 
unerai maids. 



1j^OH,;RICNT-;yOLp BUTABUISHKU^ IlUX 
I'liir shop near corn«r of Cook ani 



(i"n<dfrlck 
■tristttf. 



stre'els. 



Cook and 
Apply 1004 FifderUk 



BYHN 1302-4 VVHAR3" ST., .FOOT 

of Yalrs: coinmlsalon. stornifi'. wa''e- 

houBlMS, nianufac'tun-r's agent Jind yond 

No,. 1 ».--PI»o«t ; -iH>*^t'- ■■0--l^*- ^g"- "'^1 

u'|F6rA0E~AND WAltKllOUSrNO--l».')0'> 
tto fe«t of floor spac.-. Apply W. W. Pun- 
"ffSr^S^a tea. P. O;, Bo" * 7a . City. 



TKAH ANl> COJ'JKES 



.T^tONBJiUi "1!SirF^% ' & ' SPICE MIUUS. 
Jr; Xia.. PelSbfoKe ftnSBt. Vlcl6rla. Tele- 
phone 697.' "" 1- -..•■-.^.■t,.. ■ .„. . .. 



TJMBKftl |.ANI»J<. KTC. 



ri-^WO EXfJ'ERlE^^CEO DRE-SSM .«i KER* 
A want work. y 

SEVERAL CANARIES KOR riALIfl — KONU- 
st'-rs. ■' 



rpO REXT FOR OKE YEAR. KIVE ACREH 
X- jill- VouKiv^fwJ »M»4 »n Ji'room hausv. 
and outbulldlma ^n ihu Wllkutson road. 
Apply R. Uruirb, 1211; Broad slrt-«t. 



WANTKD— KOOM A>II> BOARD'' 






young man; statu full parllculars, 143 



Colonist. 



HELP WANTED — MALE 



\\TANTED-.-.SEVEUAI. , , E.Kl'ElllENinCI 
VV T<4uarl2 miners lor Work '", ^"''^J",V"~ "^ 
Vancouver Island. .Vpply P. *J_ "'^_'L..iL_ . 

D"~ hVvER" WANTKU KOR~ ' i>BLivKltV 
~ eittt; "B.- C. -Market Co., Ltd. 



/lAT^T C. J. BHOWNRlUa. Tl.MBER 
\J lands, mlnhiK . offSca: l.mfiej^al hotel. 
IVO. Box nfisV ■ 



•TTNDKKTAKtNtt-ANU EMBALMlXa 



WESTER N MO TOR & SITPLT t.OS*- 
pany. R. P. Clark. Manueor. * Solo 
»«ents for Bulcks, Franklins. Humhors. 

PUB*. tlJ' f g a ll s lx rs and ' n>ak .^s , ITi i llt g-i- . .^- 
line and oil. IScpalrs. complelo vulcttnUing 
plant. High class livery. Ttlephoue (IKS, or 

n line busy 20i>7. ^ ,.^______ 

BAGOAtiE UKl.lVEUV 



:T»:ri:i^-E.UKKRA.l. furnish l no CO.. JOl" 
JtS. OoVt St. T«l. :!-'35, 2,230 .2237. t'.i'^. 
2239. Prompt atti-ntlon. Chas. Uuywarci, 
'r»TP8rr^:Ar-ittfrw«"'d7"-«ec'. ; *2l '^'^l' "■""'...i-:— - 
~i, JIANNA. I^ICDEIITAKER — PAR,- 
7 T . lors izi YatuB Ht. Graduate U. ». 
ColleReoC4:inbalmijj«._-^;uiLU.a.C.lO-r. la H^--£!j- 
Navy. Officii phono 4D8. Res. phone 811. a^ 



ASTY DELIVERY SERVICE. PHONE 

907 Expriss. Iransf.-r wagons and 

messengers promptly supplied. >ilO Cormor- 

«nt street. " " '" '■ " \ . 

TJr'lCTORIA TRANSFEK CO.. LTO.. TEL- 



cphone' 129.. 

BIAK PBINTING ANO MAPS 



P HINTS. ANY LENGTH IN ONE PIECE. 
sU cents per tool. Timber and land 
maps. Electrli; Blue Prints and ^*P CO.. 

IJIS Langlcy St. ■" 

_ " BOA fs ^P . ENOINES 



VICTORIA BOAT & ENGINE CO., LTD— 
Boats and launches built; estimate^ 
repairs, designs. Shop. A2< l>avW-«r«M- 
W. U. Buck, manager p hone -0^ — 

' ' BoaiuiiNiucjt.'* 



NEW HOTEL BRUNSWICK, NlCSSOIplie- 
cation In Victoria, nicely furnished 
rooms at moderate prices. Weekly r^ies. ; 
All cars pass hctol. Two entrances, corner 
Yfttea aJid Douglas. Phone 317. . 



mUE CXJMMERCIAL HOTEL, CORNER 
J. DougTas and Cormorant Sis., opposite 
City Hall. Rinovmcd throughout. Rooms 
secotMl to V ■ • city. Bar replete With' 
the best. plan only. Pool room 

In concectuj! .-. i.ucaa. Prop. I'hone 1702. 



IIP1U»LSTEK1N« .iNU HKCORAl'INO 



MONEY PROPERLY INVESTED LEADb 
to fortune. TTSTa-resnlt TOtty »>« ,*J- 
talned by purchasing the best S6o meal In 
the city at The Strand t^afo. ^ 

TF>*'jfH3»^iOTEL ANJi "cAEE^ALL UN- 
S\ Ion help, BOO Johnson St Why pay 
mtjre- Trhen—yon can. -KtL_lhe bt»^ 'o' lesa 
Moal»-£Oc; rooms 25c and up. Bar replete 
with best gooda Jos/^ph Balanh'no. Prop. 



VtTtLKW &- SHARP, CONTRACTOR.S FOR 
Jo upholstering, removing and packing, 
cat-pets cleaned, etc, furniture, repaired aud 

polished. 806 Tort St. Phono 2 W9^ 

.__ ^fitT) 1.KS A)UB~mt Y OOOU8 

mURKElV-BEETON CO.,-XTD.. WHOLE- 
JL sale dry goods. Importers and manufac- 
turers men's furnishings, tents. ■■RiK Horn" 
•H)rail<(k shirts, overalla .Mall orders ultended. 



W/.A.STED 
\> drn.j 



■SIX BOYS AT -A\''. 'J,: PEN 
,y & Sons , HellevlUe ptre&t. _,_ 



rpO RE&'.T>-A FRC.IT RANCH FIVE 
-L \mlles from city; up-to-date, modern 
houst, barn, chlckenhouse and other build 
IngB, 20 acres wlili fruit of every dtscrlp- 
tUin' Apply Box 45. I'oionlsl. , 



'a:«ieu-roo-\i and board in ^ 

V)rivate family, tor lady out all day. 
tt'lthln tfeu igilnutes of postoffloe. staHj 
terms, 9B. Uolonlst. ' 



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TO LET— HOUSKKEEPINO HOOSIS 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING 



BOOM AND VOABO. 



CJAXBXHUR8T, 517 OOVKBNMKN'I 

new mAiltoKement, Is place for boms coitv- 
forts, also tubJe board ; sure satlsraotlun ; 
worth a trial. Phonti 8441. 



1d3m8 and board, terms moder 



R 

posltv court house. 



at*. An**"! Hotel, Langlwy strevt, op- 



i,-M:RNlHHEU FLAT, FIVE HOOMS, ('tX)K 
. street, $30 month. W 



lOCi (Tovernmenl street. 



i'arburton &■ Co., 



rpu LET 2ooo Feet of floor s 

JL ground floor, ctnttal'a situated, 
ply P,0. Box fl8,S 



IITANTED- ONE RELIABLE 
W every town to lake order 



I»fAN ' IN 
for bes 



LUST YOUR BOARlJ AND ROOMS WITH 
us. Warburton & Qp., 1005 Goverpuojtt 
street, ' 

_qSiJ- IIEJSlX _OR KQR . ^ALB- -NICE fFvE 
X roomed cottage, bath and electric light. 
One iiKuutw -from car. Lot 50x120. 133 
Adelaide street. Apply Owner, P.O. 'Box 

l>43 ' 



SPACE I rpu LET—FCRNlHHEU, LA ROE BED 
ed Ap- I -*- room with use of dlnlngtoom', kitchen, 
bath and telephone. Apply 120 ^uvernraenl 
street, .lanjes Bar: — M-«-.e+illdrcn; 



i"»OOD RO<,)M AND BOARD FOR TWt 
*.T young men, 1039 Pandora strset, phone 



Li4»r. 



COURTNEY PLATK 

__ . Mid bofrd. 

Terms mod*rat«|. Miss Hall. 



HOLLIES— 766 
Rae) iTel. L1616. Room 



\.\7A.NTjaJ— CArAULE ■SALZ;s:iT.\N TO 
V> co»er liiHish I'Liiumbm with snip " 
line. U It'll eiinualsBlorta. with »loo inonthly 
advaiit..'. J'eiuuioeot i;..»lilon to right man. 
.less. it. Smith. Co., WliidHor. Out. 



rpO LET— TlOirSEKEEPING HOpMS, 7 
J- lUirnboUn street. 



rpo LET-^HUCSBKEMPIKG -KOOMU,-"!-©** 



Vancouver street. 



NV every town to lake orders f','"" I;;""; fno" LET--r6'o.MS 'aND OFFIcit; APPLY 
custo'in inad(- ctolhes. 4u Cauada. t'"8 ' ."t X.,- -Xo-n-Xi^ Fori street, near Douglas St. 
commission. Res T ailoring Co., Ltd., loion- ^ ,_ _ , .,.^ _„ , -—^ — ^ ._ 



JffiBiifc >V AI4XE»^KEMALE 



STRAND HOTEL- OAFB.. JOHNSON ST.; 
. aLH'ays'..opon. European plan; -^ulsind 
unexcelled; bar best goods; rates moderate. 
Wrig ht & Ffcttlknef . Pho n a - X 1 05 . 



a-\HB COLONIST HAS \ 

. equlpcd bookblndery In 
the result Is equ al la prop ortion. 

BOOT AND SHOE HETAI RINI. 

mil E O .\lF~SHOb" M AC H IN BS "THAT 

J. have proven saUsfaclori:. Is th5_.S^5.m^"' 
olon Made expressly for sEOe ropireniy. 
Try ' them. HIbb s. S Oriental Alloy, oppo- 
tlie Paniages. ' _1_ 



BOTTI-Ey- 



lL kinds of BOTTLES WANTED— 
Good prices' paid. Victoria Junk 
Agency. 1«20 Store street. Phone .,3J «. 



Bf ILDERS AND ^ONTRACrOn.S 

l.-VKANK B. itUME— "cONTRACTtpIR AND 
iJ builder. Plans and speclficationa pre- 
pared for approval; Estimates furnished 
on any claas of structure. Office, cor Rol- 
and Ave., and Oxford St. P. Q. Box ii70. 



HOTEL VICTORIA— UNDER NS^iV MAN- 
^ «g«ment Most— ccnlCftL In city. Bus 
meets Mil Heamers and trains.^ Or.aha m 4 
Grant, -prtrprlrlors. Phone ISO. 

tTTTLSpN HOTEL^ 646-04 « YATES ST. 
» V Eurbpcah plan;" large fttia alryrooma: 
bar supplied with best goods. Ted McAvoy. 
proprietor. Phono 16S2. 



UHOI.ES.VLE W1N«S AND HQt'ORsT 

a^^TURNER-BEETO.'^'cd, LTDT. WTTARP 
St, Victoria — Wholesale only, all the 
leading brands of llijuors; direct Importers. 
VVrUe for lls's and prices. 



W'ANTED— ASSISTANT NURSL FUVi 
\\ iveltiwna Cottage HospUal. salary *>l» 
month. .State tjuttlincaHons. testimoniitin, 
expuilcncc .and age. Appl.t to 
Box H'J, ICelownu, B. C. 



\ Y7ANT,ED~<ilHl,„ . FOIt 
VV housi'wofk; must 



GENERA! 
u»t understand cooking ; 

itome evenmxs if i.refeir^U. Apply MTrJT O. 
1>. Chrlatie. 1,032 Fairlleid Road. 



iiOl.SEWORK, 515 



*/:^ IRL- EO.R^LKltlTL^jit 
-VJC^ Superior stVeet. 

\ GOOD HOME IS OFFERED. TO 
j\- si: 



rpti RE.vr— cott.Vge, ' above 't'ooK 

-»- street, on Yates. Apply 114S V'liles. 



.''OR 

close 111 
luuntll. I 



inyrrwiE. 

III. ^on Fort street; refit }i22,5V 
trlllsh American Trust Cp. Ltd., 



|:pOR Rh;NT — FIVE-UOUM 



iirher Broad and View streets. 



rpu KENT ■IIDI'SE, 
liOstofflce. 



NEAR OAK BAY 

Apply I>. , Oak -Bay 



I.'M/it REXT--'rWO F 
liuu(tekeeplni,' room 



WANTKO— TO beHt. 



UONT FURNISHEJ). 

,,,..,,.,,...„ B. one as bed-silting 

room, other kllchVn, gas cooker, sink hot 
and cold water, et<-., Iiuth. J4 week. Barnws 
N34 Courtney street. 

-rf\o'^'i«tT^^^icKi:^ FimNlKH ED ROO.Mi, 
X centrally located, all modern convenl- 
* n ces. , . T eJ c|l h one, etc, A p ii 1 y 'J 4 4 FOrt SC. ' 

rpO LET-FUR.VI.Hin-'.U HOUSEKEEl'- 
-J lug ruoms. !vla I'undura av<-nue. 

TTN Fu H N 1 rill E I.) 1 1 u l > E k E E P 1 KG ROOMS 
'Xj i'i'l North Park street 



\\TA.VTEI.» BBDIKJOM AND SITTINtJ 

VV room with board. H2't:olohlsi. 

r^^'AN'FED- FUR.NISHED Rt)OM IN w^ 
VV prlvnle house, close in, by a Victoria 
liuHlness iriiin. Slind full particulars, Ad- 
iLri-BS B. B., C'olonlst. ■ ' 

rptT~LET— SMALL. MODERN COTTAGli 
X for couplB; Sose in; or one -block from 
car; reusanable;. permanent. I2ti I'olonlsd 



\ \ .'.l-N TED^ T-U JiENT - LARC. R . .|tOOM.I,N'V 
»V houso ~ or boarding liouse. or-. -UoleRc^ 
Aiiiilalied or unfurnished. Room' 2, 7lfi \ 
Valrti Bireet. . ^ 

h ' ' 

rKOPEKTY FOB 8AJUK 



-WANTED— MISCELLANEOUS 



TplT LE'I'— AL.\10ST ' NEW, &.ROO M HUN 
.1- giitow, Douglas str0et, ncttf Folinlftlil, 
i!J> n-.onth. Wurburtoii & Co., Ip05 Ouvern- 
nioht o(roet. \ \ . . 



rno RENT-- silAfcl;- Ft!R^If=!HBD— iiai.r 



WOOD .3CND FLEL 



ITl^ULSON, K. A.. DEALER IN ALL KINDS 
VV of inillwood. wood, bark. etc. Four- 
foot lengths. J2-iu per mrd; stove len»lh». 
'i 3% 0-<i*u4» l.e-it>«-J7-^^33-C^Jgt>T T -H4 -j-i^liaim. ,. 2 U ,. I 3. 



CHEAP FLEL— TRY A HEA PJ>:a.,.,K!4J:'-. 
bio -load -ot short cut mill wood, de- 
livered to any part of city ^t MOO COD. 
by "'anieron Lmnher <"o., Ltd. Phone 864. 



THE WILLOWS— THOROUOH Li i.. ...O- 
rated througho-it. and equipped In the 
roost modern and up-t:o-date style, .and sup- 
jJ.U.etL iSllSJ}. _'^«sJL.^KH2-'^i!:. Alex. Llpsky. prop. 



HOTEL DIRECTORY 



VANCOUVEB 



J E \V KLLEK8. XVATCHM A KKK.«». ETC. 

PETCH. 1407 DOUGLAS STREET 
specialty of English watch repairing. 



„..A, 



JUNK 



L' UNEV BROS., BUILDERS AND CON, 
'tractors, arc prepared toglve prices on 
all building and jo'bbing work- Phono b79. 
We attend to your order^ ^ ^ 



\\^ESTHOL.ME LUMBER CO., ^LTD - 
VV General Contractors, and B'l 
Office 701 Broughton. Phonc.^ 1*08. 

vTtilliam V drTy-Sdale. » -on f R a CT tJ R 
VV' ahd builder Is prepared to give prices 
On alt bulidlnR. and Job work_. Resden.-es.a 
specialty. Office 1033 Ntfrnf-T-nrlct^.^f rle- 
p hone LI 392. '" ' ' ' ___.._ 

CHlBOPODTf. 



\X7A.NTED— eCRAP BRASS, COPPER, 
VV zinc, lead, cast Iron, sacks, bottles. 
rubber; highest prices paid. Victoria Junk 
Agency.xlttO Store stlreet 'PHOne' 13315. ■ 

i-kyPSCAPK OARPByEB 

JAMES SIMPSON." 951 JOHNSON ST. 
phone njlBO. Expert o-i all garden 
and orchard ■ detmiB, trees Improved, scale 
removed, (treenfly annlhUatod without In- 
Jury to flower,' fruu or foliage. Gardens 
kept, contract* taken, roses a spetlalty. 



.. ,.A HOTEL— MRS. S. THOMP- 

son & Sons, proprietors; R. D. Thomp- 
son, maiittBer. Corner Carroll and Water 
streets. Nancouvcr. B. C. Vancouver's first 
hotel. Situated In the heart of the city. 
Slodernly equipped throughout, Midday 
lunch a specialty. European plan". FameJ 
for good whiske y. 

LAckBURN^HOTEl^A. K. 'bLACK- 
burn, proprietor. This well-known and 
popular hotel entirely rebuilt and refurnish- 
ed is now open to Its patrons. Stuam heat, 
flue commojious rooms, flrst-cluss dining- 
room, best attention to- comfort of guests. 
American plan il.iu' to""43.0« per day. Euro- 
pean plan, 76o upwards. HIS Westminster 
avenue. 



-HE- 

^j^ iipecta.ble woman to iuperlntend cook- 
ing in lamUy of three; no housework, appij 
Box lie. Colonist. ~ " 



•W'A.iiTEDfciAJVAITJlESH FOR KING ED- 
VV ward hotel, Port Albernl. 



\T7..VNTBD- 
V V accustc 



BD— MATERNITY NURSE. ONE 

ustomed to children, won rertill- 

,.,te,l preferred. Apply *I Ontario street 



W'A.NTBD— Cv,.., 

VV keeper, slating experience to Draw- 



;;iii i.'l.ty. 



\\TANTKD AT ONCE— HOCSKKBEPER 
VV must be good plain cook. Apply 2»7d 
yuttdra stccfcL- 



WANTBD AT ONCE— EXPERIENCED 
VV drygoods saleslady; state •'."P''';' ''"'•« 
iiind salary expecttd,; J.-uwlcb«'> . Merchants, 

7^ I Limited. Duncan, U. C. 

-l^yANT 



-^ — -Mge With acre ,of land, -at — the .beach. 
JIG per moHtU Id permanent tenantij phone 

■•112. . .: ■ ' ■ .'- 

OF TIME. A 
six- room cottage, all ntodcrn 
con\'^ntenee«; -near beach and oaf line. 
.\ppl} 31 South Turner street, James Hay. „_ 



a-^O LEASE FOR LENGTH 
furnished six- room cotla 



V\7ANTED-^NEW LAID EGUH. S.MALL OR 
VV large 'quatRlty; will collect wc'ekjy^ .aiul 

pay cash. O, L.:_.Walker, Esqillmoll Road. 

oily liifittiT phqne Rttr27. ■ . — 

\ ,\7ANTED-:^LADY'S BICYCLE, 8MAL1 
VV slie, In good condition filid ruason- 
Jxhiaci-Ji^pixBox. .142. Colonist.' 

BOY, GOOD MANNERED. 13. NEEDS 
home and continued education, wherl^ 

best se'rvlces will give him a chance for 
kind treatment . by-4tiar4;lud couple or lady. 
Box 133 Colonist. "''~*~'t . 



\ iVlODERN G-ROOM COTTAGE WITH 
-A"!- uU 'convuiileii'Ces, on I'rlncuBs avenue; 
live minutes from city hall, »2,«i)U; on easy 
lei'ms. Apply XHO, Princess avenuij 



i^OH SALE— O.N 
storey K-roum 



HOl.'SB TO^ ^tBtt^^-NBW. .MODBft^N.; 
S-rooin house, good basomeni. hot-air 
furnace; large grounds and stable; v«ry 
near car lltie, |30 per ^nontli. o/ would -leaso 
for one year. Apply 172S Deninan street, 
near jubilee hospital. 



rpu. RKNT — THE 10-ROOM HOUKE FUR 



Ir- - -nhth«f-*t-~W*fc^ i ' 
months or one year f> 
Phone i4(iO; no small 



♦>(. foi^ six 
; UinlTcr T»r.- 



\\TANTBD— PAKTJf TO HANDLE U. S 
Wand Canadian patents, big money In 
now iTivonrttoir; -ctmltdenttttl-r Tto — curiosity 
seeker need apply. Cllllord Lewis, Room 
2, Canada Hotel. 



E.\SY TE■l.\!S^^.^■EW .' 'i - 
111 mo\ierii liouHe ,iii NiUeiara 
Bl.eet, near Beacon UlU. .:'>o.l vi itv o; seit 
and -nountalns. Appfy O.'.'ner, Uj!6 -Vften 

Bil'eer. . " " 



K AM LOOPS 
near- llhi 



DISTRICT, 6,400 ACRKt- 
ear- line of the Canadian Northei r 
Railway; well watered (in lakes and crcekn; 
con be divided into 12 (jood fBiinb. ''f'''; 
low and terms easy. Apply I'j R'".>1> £iL 
Board of -Trade B-uHdlng. Victoria, oi* u 
Winch Building, Vancouver, B. C. 



UTAXTED TO PT;Ht;iiA SE, StTOVE, S TATB 



VV mase." slate and urlce. Box 1037 CdTo^- TI. W., t'olonist 



T.-^OR SALE— A FULL SIZE LflT HJN'^ES- 
X qulmAlt. »500 cash, Box 113, Colonist. 

A-triLL "sell— LOT 3. BLOCK 88. -PO tfi 
VV Albernl, tor original price. «vifl; »3rju 
casirr balance over 27 raonthSNat 6 p'jr c<n'., 



-0:OUSE TO RfcNT--1712 DENMAN ST 



l'ED--.v 
Ralnlei 



WAITRESii IN 

'1 Johnson 



strep/. - 

\\' \N<ll':ii A il';itiTFiED Nt'RKB. BAL- 
•VV aiv $;;tV iir,."i.Ui'.--ro~-«W**---4u-tlii*--ii^-- 
lember i; referent-.'S, requli-ed. Apply i.ol*. 
J. Dttl^iy; se.;retary l.'nlon & t!om.OX DlslrUl 
ho«i)ltt»+, Cumberland. ■ " — • 



LANDSCAPE OARDEXER PRUNING 
grafting and all kliids of garden work 
Rkllfully done by day or contract D. Mc- 
Miillan, Room 7. 840 Johnson St Late gar- 
dener to the Marquis of Breadalbane, Tay- 
mouth Cavtle, Perth, Scotland. ■ ' 



LIVKKV -iND TRANSFEft 



MRS. CAM PBELL, CHIROPODIST 903 ^ ITHOGRAPHING, E.NGRAVINO - A*fcO 
Fort street. , - - '- llU .. Embu4MaiMr-..^JJothlag . ton -Iar«8 and 

nothing too small; your stationery Is your 
advance agent; our Work Is unequalled west 
of Toronto, The Colonist. Prinn.n: xri.i 
Publishing fco., Ltd. 



Civil. ENGINEERS AND SUHVEYOKH 



\ O NOAKES. B. C. LAND SIRN'EVtVK 
i'X* C. E., Room 8, Lee BulidlnR. Broa4, 
stro't Telephone 377, P. O. Bo.t r.42. 



Ir< G. ALDOUS, C.E.— All, kinds of civil 
' . engineering and ' surveying undertaketi. 
r.allroad location and construction a spe." 
clalty. 1107 Langley stre et ,.^—. 

ORE A McGREGOR^-J. HERRIOK Mc- 

Gregor. Mgr. Land Surveyor and 

civil engineers. Chancery Chambers, P, O. 

Box 162 Tel. A504. Fort George offlce, J. 

y. Templeton. Mgr. 



."VriCTORi^ '! 
VO 128. Best 



I ; B. C O.. llTP.. TEL. 



C10MMERC1AL HOTEL — CORNER HAST-" 
/ Irigs and Carhblc streets. Headquarters 
lor mining and coiutnerclal rn*n. Rales }2 
and upwiirds, Atkins. Johnsou A Stewart, 
proprleiom. 



w 



'ANTED WOMAN TO CARE tOH 

. . baby and do light housework; would 
like her t»* «f" to Kamloopa for Winter.. 
Apply 629 Andrew- Street, corner James. 
evenings; Victorta We.«t., 



10. rooms .with a.11 mod 
ea. }arg« gardea, , with fl" 
tables, twenty-four fruit ti' 
pi.r month or. would leasv L.i 
ply Victoria 'ho'.eK 



iivenlenc- 

•,.r'Vi?BT»--- 

dollars 

,, ear. Ap- 



WfANTED- MOTOR REPAIRS, ME- 
-V-V chanlcai repairs, all sort* and condi- 
tions of repairs; parts turned In brass or 
stei-1. -V. Dandrldge. generuk) engineer, 
Blunchard streot^ near Y. M. C. A. 



rpO RENT-^FURNIS«ED NITs'E rkomed 
X modern bungalow with 26 aqres of 
land, borus. outhouses, etc., also use of cow 



tor "six" months tlomme'nclng In September at 
$25 per month. Th« B. C. 



vestment Agency, Ltd. 



I^nd and In- 



. •EO-l-KT-T-JF.UBNlSHKD ROOMS. 



JliMFtlRTABLK, 

ro^i^T" "' !■■■' 
»\ Ilia, 11,' 



6' 



NEWLY 



Fl'R.NISHED 

I Cljlchesler 



\\-\NTKD -A NtiRfF-ftY GOVERNESS 

V \ j^,., i i: -liitBon, Mount 

Adelald. ' .he- hours of 

11 II. ni. a:... . 



HOTEL DOMlNltJN — WHKN fOU AR- 
rive at Vancouver take large auto bus 
which will take you to this hotel free. Our 
service Is the best obtainable at th« price. 
American plan. ^1.60 to »3 OO ,per day- Auto 
makes one trip dally arouad Stanley Park. 
F. Baynos, proprietor. 



in tho city 



LITHOGBAPinNG 



PROFESSIONAL DitoTORY 



W 



-ANTED-^KNERAL SERVANT? AT .THE 
B.C. Orphanage. ilillHld, Ave. Apply 



to the matroQ, beiwee; 
p.m. 



r, and .S 



rpO"^ LEl l..^li'■^ 

X -rootttvvi?! Quebec street. 



\:iJJUULlL.;jU.LttE*. TO ^IBET. PARTIES 
VV* wishing to purchase Tana'Kear G. T. 
^^ Railw ay, 34 Colonist. ^ 

fOMA.N WANTS CHARGE OF SMALL 

f Tormi+ns liotisu-;., wlltT;«!l_».(it ot __c».yi 

Apply Box <'■'■ Colonist References ex- 
changed. . ■ I , ',' 



blocks from -can— fence on iw» 

sides; terms. Peraberton & Son., 614 Fori 
street. _ 



. four 



HALF PRICED^-OTS AT FULL VALU 
$200 each with t25 cash and tlO mom 



7 F YOU WISH TO DISPOSE OF YOUR 
X law or theology books, di'op me a .card 
and .1 -will call on you. 1 will be In Vic- 
toria once a month. Edwlu J. Galloway, 
~iiew and old book store, 782- Granville St., 
N'ancouvcr. 



TXTANTED— EXCAVATING, WELL DUl 
VV ging and coniirete work. It Alexun 



E 

ly-f 5o'per^cc'ixt has 'been made In ten dayt. 
on Parkdale resales; lots half mile farther 
out sold for $350. These ParkdaU- lots are 
high enough to overlook city. V. e win 
dr4A,»-yau out at 10 a. m.. 3, 5 or 7 p. m. 
Pemberton & Son. «14 Fort street. 



F YOC HAVE A.MY BARGAINS l.V PROI 
y Burrmtf-thtrm- to me; I have tl 
Owners only. Box 92. C.oionlst. 



I 

cash 



C><OMFORTABLY FURNISHED IROOMS, 
/ m<«lern home, moderate; phone .RKI-41 ; 
terms; board optional. 1309 Stanley ave. 



rpHlRlYM 



-^ — — — - ~ ■ rip-nrrr'S 

DENTISTS , -rr^-^i 



. MACHINE op- 
erators . ric power ma- 
chines, eight )i"Ji do. tinlon wages. Be- 
ginners, taught Apply Turner Beeion & Co.. 
factory corner pf lJa*tioh and Wharf streets 
Victoria^ ■ ' , . ' 

U "Ranted— DHEifcaMAKiNG apprenti- 
ces. ApplV Mrs. Angus. 3rd Hour 



rpO LET— FURNISHED ROO.VI. MODERN 
X nVw house, breakfast If desired. 331 
Michigan street, ph one R2377, 

r^pO IKNT NICELY' FURNISH K 1 ) l'.' )' i.M> 

X ■ with or withuut braakfau- 

street' • , ■ 



BAGGAGE PROMPTLY HANDLED AT 
current ril(es"by the Victoria Transfer 
Co., Phono 129., Office open night and day. 

ANTED^TO PURCHASE, OLD MA- 
hogacy furniture, clocks, grandfather 
clocks, coins, stamps, etc. A. A. AaronsoB, 
85 Johnson alreet 



w 



r\\0 LET— -VICE 

X rooms. 92u Johnson 



FURNISHED BED 



FINE. LARGE. NEWLY FUR- 

_ _ sInRli: or double; 

electric light, bath aTT^ teUphoae. Prices 
Very reasonable, 720 Fisguard street, nuar 

D'.ubIh* . ' ■ 



C1ENTRA1 
/ hished front rooVi^. 



7 ■VR, LEWIS HALL. DENTAL SURGEON, 
JL/ Jewell block, comer Yate».and Doug- 
las ■trce'ts. Vret?>rf*l,' Br X^- 'i'elepStiile*— . 
Office, r.5 7; !• ■ . 123: ■ • 



LOCKSMITHS AND MACHLM.sT.s 

HAFER, L. — GENERAL MACHINIST, 
nc'w. pnrts of all kinds made In brass, 
copper and steel, or anj- sort of metal. Ma- 
chine Hliiip, 159 Government St Phone 930. 



;SON, DENTIST, LEB 
rii. r Broad and Johnson 
HiB. i'honu 22eO Oftlce hours; 9.30 a. m. 
to 6 p. ni Evenings by appointment 



DR. H. J. 1 
building. 



ROBERTSO.V. A. I.— BRITISH COLUM- 
bla Land Surveyor. 522 Fort street, 
Victoria. B. C. Telepiiono L-lu47. P. O. Box 



CARPENTEB-S. JOINERS. fOBBER8_ 

C~Af']TAi7 CARPENTER AND JOliBINa 
factory, Affred Jonea AH kinds of 
■ ItJ'railons. Jobbing work, 1U»3 \aricouv,er 
and Yates street; office phone i lU-a 

R7S1I. ' ;__ 

CABRIAOE ANB~WatiOW DEALERS 



I CMBBB MANIJ'Af'TIRER.H 

ROMPT DELIVERY— ORDERS PLACED 
with Cameron Lumber Co., Ltd., for 
lumber, mouldings, doors, shingles Bind' lath. 
Phone 864. Ufflcn 355 Garbally Rd. 



MASSAGE 



MnS. "ETAHBMAN, ELECTRIC LIGHT 
baths; medical managie. 1006 Fort, St 
Phone B-188S. 



OF MAC- 



MAHLE, WM— IMPORTER 
L.ichlan buggies,, traps; ^ 

bsaten for durability. Warehouse 717 John- 
son St Phone 1326. 



OPTICIA NB AXP OrrOMETBISTS; 

BLYTil~A; P~ 646 FORT— OVER~^ 
quarter of a century's experience, and 
modern equipment at " your service. Free 
examination. Lenses grounil .fm premises. 
Phone 2259. 



t\; F. FRASER, D. M. D.-r-OFFICE 733 

\ V i Tate* St; Oareschs 'block, bfiico 
hours: 9.(0 a.^ m. to 4 .p. m. 



DETKCnraVES 



C. DETECTIVE SERVICE, VANCOU- 
\6r. -Civil; criminal and commercial 
Investigations R. 8. Baron. Superinten- 
dent Head office,- BciOlil«r07 and 208, Cr.o'^n 
bull.dln*, Vancouver, B. C, Phono 4103. 
BltJodhourid trailer* kep t. 

_ tjKT'Et.'TlVE AGE.Nt;Y, DOING 
general line criminal' and civil prlvato 
d.-1ectlv.- ■ work, or will find the where- 
n.l")!iis of any pessons whose Indentlty or 
iuidr''»8e» are. unknown BOH (.iovernmtrnt 
street. phr)ne 24 71. - 



B. 



T).\C"1FI 
X ifen< 



V V* cea J 
Spencer's 



XO APPRENTI- 
.. .Millan, Srd floor 



SIT y ATTOMB ^AOTEDrr^^AW^ 



IriNC.LlSHMAN, SALI->«MAN <'ARK- 

■J taker, store mesntnger or , :uat, 

K(/od reftfrelic,, l.f.t t'olonlst 



MAN 1N-<;ITY WANTS 
.-am or on fruit farm, 
.rses. 1.T4 Colonial. 



VV u*ik 

neaf city; U" \ 

■\'\''ANTED- li . \<.JLNG in A.N, 8 ITU a 

VV-' tipn aa cbauaeur, five yeafs good ex- 
perience; agu 2«. English. Address L. 
.Melton. 567 Hofnby street. Vancouver. B. 0. 



rno LET— NICE feUNNY ROOMS. REAB 
X pnahle iiatua. Hotel Canada, 1318 Brjjad 
street phone L?91. , 



TA.'^TED- SCRAP BR.A.S1!J, C'l^'^'^'-e R, 
ilnc, Jead. cait Iron, sacks and all 
kinds of be lies and rubber; iiVghest cash 
prices paid.- Victoria' Junk Agency, lt;20 
Store, street. Phone 1336, 



FOR SALE— A STEWART BCSINES.S 
properly, rev«Bu» $240 month,- prir- 
»4,0OO; half cash. Apply Fred Irvine. 90 1 
Kings road. ( - 

00 ACRES 

_ Northern 

Railway; well watered on lakes and creelts; 
can be divided Into .12 good ' farms. Prlc 
low and ler-ms easy. Apply to Room i'i. 
Board of Trade BpUdlng, Victoria, jr i- 
Winch Building. Vancouver. B. C. 



KA.MLOOPS DISTRICT, 6,40( 
near line of the Canadian 



T>ARKDALE^LOTS, NEW BLOCK AU 
X Joining <f5Nfc!y road, has been re-pur- 
chased and O^market at »225 each; one- 
third of the -new block is already sold; do 
you want one of these? Same icrnw n«- 
others, Pemberton & Son, 614 Fort street,. 



ANTIQUE JEWELEKY. DIAMONDS, EN- 
gravlngs and pictures bought and sold. 
Mrs. A. A. Aaronson. 86 Johnson stroet 



■ MISCELLANEOUS. 



MRS. -H. W.-LE LI EYRE HAS REOPENED 
■hpr caridy. stationery and Icu cream 
St. .re at J'fllS' DoUlrlaa street. 



rno LET ■L..rKttK-rt,>OMFfJRTABLE BED- 
rX " .slHlng rounu, ciUra bcdnJoill U .fifqulrcd. 
use of kitchen, bath, electric light, quit-t. 
-pleasant house- on car llnje. Mrs. 'Walker, 
city limits. Esquitnall road. Phone I{|627. 



CHI.MNBV CLEANING 



\rifTORIA CHIMNEY CLEANING CO, 
V' defei.'tlve flues, altered and , grates, re- 
hacked. Phone LI 744. 



C*-OTHfcS CLEANING 



PAINTERS AND PAFBKUAN0EB8 



TpRAfJK MELLOR-^PAINTl.NG CON- 

X) traator. irseview stre et Phone 1564. 



HE.NHY RIVERS — PAINTER. GLAZIER, 
kalsomlncr and paperhanger. 749 Mar- 
ket Btrct victoria. B. C. • EatUaatiiA. cheer- 
fully given ojj, application. « 

^"j"— ~PAINTS, 



GENTS' CLOTHES CLEANED. DYED. 
repaired aud pressed; umbrellas and 
parasols made, repaired ant^ re-covored. 
Guy W. Walker. 70S Johnson St," Just east 
of Douglas. Phona L-;i267. 



CI E A R S. - 

JO brushes; specialty of wallpaper. 



XTTESTEK.N DETECTIVE ARSOCIATION 
VV ri'5am"6. Sylveater . blooR, Yatea 8l 
commercial and criminal Investigation*, acr 
countB promptly collected, special audits.- do- 
'iiTTUing, etc. All business strictly confiden- 
(iul. Phone 2487. 



MARRIED MAN, GOOD REFERENCES 
new comer to city, wantB work, any 
kind to commence. Reply 130. Colonist. 



1>OSrriON W.VNTED BY FIRST CLASS 
general office man. Experienced in 
real estate,, conveyajkclng. *ic. Reply ^131. 
Colonist ■ '. ' 



-\TEWLY FURNISHED, MODERN SYL- 
■JkS — mrter room*, hot water,-' bat-h-*t-c. cen- 
111111? located. 6t) cents night. 110 Tuonlhly 
up. 715 Yates' stre et Phone 2487. 

|.1URNI8HED ROOMS TO LET, 4' i ^^! V- 

X* , zles atreet Two minutes f: 

wharf. 



rpo speak: FRENCii OR GERMAN l.N 
X ahroe months; Improvement on Berlitz 
i,i-th..d XHal ■ lessoti free, -1309 Stanley 

avcnvie. pho ne R1641. • . 

ICTORIA WINDOW GLEANING CO.', 
721 Fort street,' phone 2491. ContriictB 
taken by week op month, ' 



KA'.MLOOPS DISTRICT, 8.400 ACRES, 
near line of the Canadian Northern 
Railway; well watered on lakes and creeks; 
can bn divided Into 12 good 'fBrm», V ripe 
low and lerms easy. Apply to Room ... 
Board, of Trade Building, Victoria, or C 
Winch HuUdlnK, Vancouver, B. C. 



ONE ACl 
'joins 



LODGES AND SOCIETIES 



•T,j^NaLlSI 
-i-J sires 



VARNISHES 
rft'?Tn« Give me a calU Store i "" 



AO. P. CUCRT NORTH E.KN LIGHT, 
. No. 5936. m-eet* at Foresters' Hall, 
Broad streeL— 2ad «nd 4th Wednesdays. W. 
F. f-uUerlon, secretary. J^^ 

K " 



TrtJOKKEB,PBR. BXPKRlfiKCED LUM 
i> ber: local reference? iisengagtid^ 
Apply Hot I S3, Colon ial 

XIN^'I 
pa; 



^ VNTS WI.IRK. PAINTING 
. .-.ig, Kalsomlning, . etc., 1223 
Fisguard street , ■ , 



]7\URNISHED ROOMS. TO LET AT THE 
- Poplars one of the -moBt beautifully 
situated rooming houaes 1n Victoria, tin cor- 
ner of.Bellvlllo and Government streets, fac- 
ing Empress Iiutel and Parliament Buildings. 
Fitted up with ail modcrp conveniences 
Only one minute from either postoffice or 
C.P.R. Docka Large and sunny rooms, b«>at 
of fare and terms liiodefale. Telephone No. 
062.' Misll L. J. Green. ProprteTreas; 



. j>oaltlon B' 
lent B. C. referent 
Colonist. . 



'Tarf4*tH excel - 
anyiliing, 37 



SITUATIONS WANTED— FEMALB 



OF P. No - 1. 



it Phone R-1084. 



\ArAH CHONG--LAI' 
VV (jry cleaning, i 

on short notice. IT:: 
Victoria. B.C. 



ND ' (Jf;nts' 

aid ritpiUrliig 
^.raent street. 



ncwsst 

1607 Dii 

IIe".M ; CO., LtD., 618 iFORT ST. 

undertake every ibranch of the painting 
land dejjoratlng business and guarantee -sat- 
I Isfactlon. 



COAL ANO wood. 



BURT, ,0E0.— DEAL15R IN ALL KINDS 
of wood and coal. Delivered to any 
psrt ot city, at current ralea Phone 82S, 
)«rds. 735 Pandora. 



GO TO J. If. GRICB TO GET YOUR FALL 
ordpfs; Wood piled in yKmsmmmBFr 

fore cutting. Mcoauie guaranteed. In corda 
or over. Xel. 149. 



HALL A WALKER — WELr."nTOTaN"COL- 
liorles Coal, Comox Ant^iraclto Coal, 
Blacksmith's and Nut Coal specially pre- 
IMired Tel. .83; 1232 Government St 



PATENTS AND LEGAL 



ROWLAND BRITTAIN. REGISTERED 
Attorney. Patent* In all countries. 
-F*lrfl*ld -bulldmg, .oppoalU E- .O.. ,VancoH-: 
ver. '■ 



rHJMBINO AND GASITTTINO 



COLBERT PLUMBING & HEATING CO., 
Ltd For first das* workmanshlt) In 

tha^^abovo line give us a t .-lal. Temporary 
"otnos fSiT BFqutrtt ton" BIT . PK-oTl»"-B63. — ~—_ 



FAR WEST LODGE. 

f V. Hall. cor. Douglas 

J L. Smith. IC of B, 

and; - - -- ' i , _ 

^ONS OF ENGLAND, B. 8. ALBXANDiJa 
k5 Lodjto 116 meets Ist and 3rd Wednes- 
day. K. of P. Hall, W. Appleby, Foul Bay, 
Prtsldeiit; J. Crltchlcy, Secretary, Sidney. 
B. C. _^ . __ - . , 

S"~ONi~OF ENGLAND. PRIDE OF ISLAND 
Lodge, A. O. F. Hall. Broad Btroet, 
2nd and 4th Tuesdays, I'resldcnt C, Pom- 
proy. -Victoria West. Secretary. W. Dawson, 
Head sir eei;^ ' EsqulniTClt 



SOCIETY FOR THE 
cruelty to Animals. 



POTTERY WARE, ETC. 



KlNiHlAM, J. & CO. — OFFICE 1208 
BROAD St Coal delivered to any part 
of the cUy at current rates . Phono 64i, 
Wharf, foot of Chathmivyt: .. 

I>AINTER. J. B. & SONS— COaL. WOOD 
and bark of finest qualify at current 
latc* Try our now and specially prepared 
nut cbala Phone 636. Office 611 Cormor- 
ant Bt 



OBWER PIPE. FIELD TILE. G-ROttND 
{o Fire "Clay. Flower Pots. etc. B C. 
I'oitery Co.. Ltd.. Cor. Broad and Pandora 
■eta. Victoria. B. C. 



BE.U.. ESTATE AGENTS 



CIUBA.M KRI KS AND DAI RIES 

OYaI.^ I.)A I It'Y- CREAM VRY BUTTER. 
.^•1 Ic* cream, milk at\d buttermilk; re- 
liabls for gualll* and purity. Dairy 1110 
Douglas 81. or. Phone 188, 

DRAYMEN 



R 



C-tUTHBERT. HERBERT * CO,— ••BAK- 
J gains Vlct,orla Real Estate," ■ Invest- 
ments., timber and fruit lands. 618 Fort St 
Phono 1010. Cable address. "Cuthbert" 



MARRIOTT & FELLOWS— REAL Es- 
tate, loans, timber, .mines and rentals, 
(ifllcea — Van c ou ver. New Weslmlnster and 
Victoria. fll9 Trounce Avenue. Phone C-lQ 



HEANEY'. JOSEPH — -OFFlCll_.6B.; Whajrf, 
street', 'releph tme ni. _^ 

xFicTO It 1 A , T R u cK..:.AJ!a3 .i)BAX_.ca— 



Telephone 13. 



1)YB WORKS 



T> C STEAM d"yE WORKS-^THE LAR- 
yy. ^^srest dyinrBod cleaning works )n the 
,„ovl*e. Country orders solicited. Tel. 
JOO J (-■ Renfrew, proprietor. 



liTuITrflTEAM DYK WORKS -SIS FORT 
\f ,tr«f't We clean, press and repair 
Utiles' and gentitmen's 'garments equal to 
new. Phone 624, ■ ' .- ., J 

^ TfJ^foItiX" STEAM - PY« . WCmKS^ M.I 
V For' ■trcet, telephone fX,. Ladrcs 

-.and a«ntl^men'iii_yn,rme nls cleaned or dy*.d . 

tToOT * -rUSON, KLECTIUCAL COy. 
r tractor*. Motor 1u,«W.- B'MOt.n«--ei>gt..«a 

PJiona . A- 14 46. _7£,6 Jj;or!_J'_^.,^._,,_„ :_ 

VTAwiciNm * HA V WOOD. 72« _ TATKS 
il S( Electrlcl.uis, all kinils of wpi^U'S 

Advertise in THE COLQNIST 



I>OTTS, HOWARD A. O— REAL Es- 
tate. Financial and Timber agenta In 
business In Victoria for over twenty years, 
office. Sgft Fort street 



PREVENTION OF 

,,^_, .„ Office 1Z12 Broad 

street Phones, Inspector Rusael. 1921. sec- 
retary L2 343. ' .:■ ., . 

cBnDENSED^ AIlVERTTSmil 

AKIKRINARV Hf:HOOLS 



1>OSITIO.N AS CONI'^IDENTIAL CLERK, 
private secretary «r gi-nera'l office work 
by smart well .■ -'u cated eastern woman; 
lilfe'lieal credentla.*. Box 89S, General- Poal- 

onicc. 



\:t7ANTBD BY AN ELDERLY LADY WHO 
VV is leaving sMortly , for England, a 
traveling companion, for .whose services a 



VTlTtiLL F.URNISHED iToOMS— ALSO 

VV housekeeping room* to I«vt Electric 
light, bath, hot .a nd cold. 813-.SI7 Fort St 

IT^URNiaHED room's, 812 GORDON ST.. 
.. nea;- Empress hotel. 

IS"!" YOUR BOARD AND ROOMS WITH 
us^ Warbiirlon ds Co., 1005 Government 
street. ■ 



A CETYLENE SEE.MS TT.l ,BB THE" fX)M- 
A. ins light It gives a better light than 
electricity. Hayward— * Dods, Fort street 
Phone' 1854. , ■ 



(^TAMPING Full '-.X-NCi' AVURK ON 
»0 your own. riiate'iia'. Ordeis laXcu at 
M s. Turner, 817 Fori strv>2t 



r>lANOF'OBTE' LESSONS. 332 JJOBURO. 



WHICH AD- 
,„ Albernl Townslte, $350, easy 
terras. Compare this with the price - of 
lots I n the same. Apply P. M., Colonist . 

T7»OR SALE, ON YOUR OWN TER.MS, 
X^ nne new home on half acre ground, 
^Mve-lot fronv Shoal. Bay beaeh. Price and 
particulars from J. Mrnihlngr. Munday s- 
shoe store. Government Btreet. ^^ 



'"f'tt LOTS ORIGINALLY IN PARKDALE 
»)00 1.-88 than 20 remain of the original 
lots. You fan - at-lU.Jiuty. .cl.eRred. .aijd cul- 
tivated lots there for $200 each with $2ii 
cash and $10 month. We wlU driv., you oul 
at 10 a. m., 3, 5 or 7 p. m. Pernberton & 
Son. • ^ ' 



OOD LAND FOR SALE— FIFTY MILES 
y from Victoria on E. & N. Railway easy 



G 



to clVar. close . to good market, tios-! to 
school and churches. Will cut up d suit 
.purchaser from ten acre»! up, land odiolning 
held twice the price I am aaklng. Also 
good seventy-five acre farm, as k going 

concerns, can show fifteen per cent on 

^rioLIN FLUTE AND HARP— MR. DANfnioncy Invested. It you mean business 
V *^-'"" • . . ,. t,.i,_i_* ■ I ...«-.si._ n-elt.. tcr Tinrtictl 



Green (Late Sergt, Soloist, and teach 
er Royal Artillery String Band) and Lon- 
don concerts, etc. Desires pupils, iut.a 
^ilehmond avenue. 



T*vRESSMAKi: 



ItEET. 



POULTRY AND LIVESTOCK 



SALE— ENGL'ISH • SETTER PUP- 
_ pics, alx months' old;. LoVven properly. 
Enquire ori Gorge, E. Carroll. ■ 



F'-'l 



1.AOR SALE— ^V VTSC^ 
Rock DUllet* and CO 



„ , _ ^__ FINE BARRED 

Rock pullet* and cockr. -< Pem- 
broke street ■'- - 

\T;Al?riD— FA M I LY HORSE AT O.NCE 
V V Apply the Willow* Ilotet ■ ' 



MRS. H. E. BAKER. TEACHER OF ELO- 
cutli 



street. 



:lon and expression. 1202 Vancouver 



money uiv'.o^'^- -' .. — - ^ ....»»,, 

write for particulara No agents need applj. 
Box, 953 Colonist, 



KAMLOOPS DISTRICT. 6.400, ACllK.S 
near line of the <-anftdlan Northern 
Railway; *'ell watered on lak-es anrt <:re«k«, 
con bo divided into 12 good farina J fl"'" 
low and terms easy. Apply t" Room H-. 
Board of Trade Building. \ letorla, or ., 
W^liich Building. Vancouver. B, C. ,__ 



SPECIALIST — 1 A.M A SPECIALIST AT 
collecting rents, Stlnjon. Fairfield' of- 
fice. , " 

INTERNATION.«fc E.MPLOYMENT AGEN- 
CY Wm Wain*-, mamwjer. 79 Alexander 
■treet Vancouver. B.C. Phone 6486. If you 
need good reliable helpi you mu*r BOp , thetrr 
from a reliable hian -whoso reputation will 
hear strict Investigation^ 



consideration Is offered. 
Box 122, folonlsl. 



-f ADY DF^IRES POSITION, TO CNOEB 
XJi take manaKument of apartihcnt house 
or as housekeeper to gentlemen., Hlghtjst 
referencos. ApplJ^ Box 82, Colonist 



mEAM FOR SALE— A FINE TEAM OV 
X marcH, 2,800 Iba. Bound and willing; 
Addres* replies to price 1600; very good wagon and heavy set 
ot double harness all In perfec- condition 
Can bo bouKht w'th the,m ,(..r ?IOO more; 
terms ca«h. Apply»The ,'\;. I. Nursery Co.. 
Ltd,, SomenoB, » ■< . 



CiAN , FRANCISCO VETERINARY 
O lego. Catalogue mallud .. f.rej 
ICpanti. 1818 Market, street S.F. 



COL- 



PKKStlNAL 



rpRACKJilCLU ^-4JiDi!Uta.OM._*_ f 
X estates, timber loans, rentals, - 
Offfces: Reglna, HttSKV. ntid Victoria, .ii. 
Offtco: 1210 Uroatl St. Phone 1722. 



,."!, 



BAILMAK^^R-x 



TEUNlt. & BHO.. JiAl^MAlv... 
eJ nwnlngB,' camp ttirniturB, 
670 Johnson St Phone 796. ' 



-..,. i.t;.NXS.. 
Wavelvuuse 



l.ViTZi ,^ 1 itl' l-v. TffB GREAT INDIAN 
X herba44«tr-^-^br asthma, bronchitis, 
colds, ^to) Is nt 1010 Yates street .where 
h« hitS' u full supply' of medlftfUtTc-'Anyone 
suffering from asUuna should call anil see 
liiJii. I ■ . . 

SUMMER RESORTS 

i;E,\A~VISTA HliTEL. COWICHAN HAY 

under new management, good boailng. 

bathing and fishing. Hotel carriage mc'ita 

trains at Cowlchnn station.' For tnrms ipply 

T. 1.1. Forrest, CorfleUl-P. O., B. C. 

UCKLANDPARK. WEST WIi>NUER ISL- 
and. Seaside sununcr resort, a few 
((tjests lal5yi. 
Orlmmer. 



\'I^ANTED— .DAILY VtiKK OF. ANY 
VV' kind. Mrs. 'C.'. ifS 'Btipefltv y OT.rpet:''. 

"XrOUNG ENGLISH LADY DBSIREajfcT' 

X sllton as dally governess, morning or 

after.nooh. Fre-och and SpBtJlsh, Box 54. 



FOR SALE— TEAM. ABOUT, 1350 
Apply Copensan, Keatlngs P. O. 



LBS 



TEACHERS WANTED." 



t\rANTEl»— TEACHER 
VV Rock Creek school; 



FOR *' LOWrci' 
salm-y **'0 month. 
Apply J. J. McMynn, secretary of board" 
of school trustees, Rook f.'rcek P. C)r-' 



WANTED — LADY ' TEACHER 
Metchosln pubU.c school. 



preft.'irrod. 



public 
J, Foster, secrtitary. 



_ FOR 
Canndlac 



TEACHER WANTED — APPLICATIONS 
Will be received until Iho lOth o 
August for the position of first asBlstnnt of 
th,« Ladysinilh public schools; s.il|iry $100 
..vM' •-, -'-eeivea _tin'i' ti,, imii nf 

N.' A. M- ' 



, „ TANTKD- TO tURE^ A aTRONG .H.ORSI 
VV for two we«Ha, for country; bt-sl t>r 
care. 151 Box. Colonist 



E-UPHOLSTERING AND -PUHKaTURK 

__ ___ _ . ■ P. O. 

LiTyah^ Address 15|« A melia street 



w 



REMOVAL NOTICE— B. C. HARDWARE 
Co Ltd.. have removed their farm irn- 
plemeut's. buggies, wagons. etc, ' to 733 
Johnson street, east of Douglas street 



TTIOR" SALE— ONE BLOCK FROM PAR- 
X llaroent sq^ a ra, o n n n\:er.amiait stregi, 
house and lot; lot 64x105; house has sU 
rooms; cement foundation. larR,! basemeni 
with cement floor, furnace an^ all mott- 
ern conveniences, $15,000; $5,000 cash, bal- 
ance one to »even year'*, at • per cent. 
Apply Box 2,8, L^olonlst. ________ 

f, )/T/\ LOT. -SV* blocks from ears 
wUU cleared, riiltlv"ated; overlooks city; 
$25 'cash and $10 monthly. W- wUI drive 
you out at 10 H m , a, 6 or ( P ifl, I em- 

berlon & Son. 61 -» Fori street. 

OVER 
^ .t.M.^..ig Cowlchan nay, opr'.».>e hot^r 
,\ Biilendirt location for fishing itnd shnoUns 
box Easy term* For price and particu- 
lars, P.O. Box 786. _____ 



bjTUMP PULLERS AND ANY TOOLS RE- 
O quired fur land clearing, logging eto,,- 
Free trial. Prices and terms apply The Du- 
•crest Stump Puller and Tool manufacturers, 
466 Burnslde road. ^letorla B.'C. 



LET US SHOW YOU OUR UP-TO-DATE 
method of lawn-mower grinding. H, 
H. Wilson. 614 Cormorant St. Market Bidg. 

Photw-1718 . -• 



.tIviR sale— DOaft-:FOUR THOROUGH 
X? bred DachshU'nris. two '•■'■.-'■ '-i-.-i.t-M^ 
one' fox terrier. Apply It- 
emiruwiy atn:6ii..Vlciorla. 



POR 



STENCH- AND SEAL KNOK^VVINO 



GENERAL E.NGRAVER AND STKNCIL 
Cutter, Geo. Crowther, 13 Wharf St, 
•bf hhiii- Post OiftlcM?^ : — _":■: - , 



SAND AND OBAVEL 



icrtr- sullbl,Mte<- leBULt, » 

Rates $L»0 i>«:r- day. 



W; 



DERRAVARAtiH — iCSQCIMAL'r ROAD, 
ro.nii: ItirR- 



.(■-,1 
ill 



Kfi rd en. benu I lf.ulJy-.jiUa,ft.t.-. 
Ills niodcr- 



LOST AND iOUND 



T OST~-L'Vb^"S BLUE LEATHfiR HANr 
iJ hng helVveeh "CTltlirrtriT— Itay nnrt— nty 



;. i.y-\n, 

.. »>..„.„. .,.-„ ...» - Appiica. 

lions, received till noon of August 4th, R. 
I.ennie, Secretary. , • ;' . ■' ' 



\\ ■v■t.^ I ...< .ilALK- TE.-\' 'n ;..U 
VV eehonl. New WcBtnilnster. 



T>1K 8AL«~<.K)OD GBNKRAL PURPOSI'. 
X^ quiet, bay horse,, about 1^50: work 
single- or double. .Vpply Bft'?'' « »• "»• ^^^n^P- 
tM>+», Be aumoht P. O. . ' : 

.. SALE-^SBVBRAL *"RESK.«!OWS 

Apply oitklunds X' ftlry. 

•T>OR Sa'lE By'tEnIuKR -HEAVY .TEAM 
JJ> of Bay Mares. Bcnuino, 7 antJ 8 yoai-s 
old; five Jersey milking cows In good oondl- 
lloh- tlire« htdfpr calves, 4, 5 and 6 months 
old 'three Berkshire pig*. Will be iM be- 
fore Auftiist tJ. IK one Jot or ■fP'"''^'?. ^^ 
BtJtl purchaser, . S. Spencer, i^aanlchton, 
Turgoose, I'ostofflce. , , 

ITlGiriiA LE-- DOUB1.I': ' ■ ' :Y^, QIJTe? 
X' ,' hoi'se, poffecfly" tV'inrt, i .; hafrdsi-atsio 
harno**. Apply Box lim, <,- »lonl«t „. 



Wl 



OVAL NOTICE— THOMAS CATTER- 
jlld»-r and gcneial contractor, has 
removed «o "lil Von street. abov» Quadra. 
Tel. 820. 

REKN HOUais^FLAT BOTTOM BOATS. 

long ladders, siep'r. meat safe, dog 

houses In stoi k and made to or4ur, Jones. 

Capital Carpenter and Jobbing Factor*. IMl 

Vancouver and Yates street ' 



TnOR SALE— SHALL ACREAGE 
X looking Cowlchan Bay, 6pr"Slt.' 



1,-tOR iiALE. ON QUKEN'.S AVENl E-;-Lo 
X 60x120. one block from PouKlas streei, 
price Jl. 800; $600 rash, balance one , year. 
Apply Box 29, Colonist. 



rorSB AND LARGE STABLE. $2,100. ON 



erms. oa nillo circle; stable targ* 



TTOIS 

.nough for Six or eight horj.es: large Iijft, 
good streets; thr.- bincks from car, nice. 
Clean, well llgj'.ted, little h.nise. water etc 
Chicken coops mid runs, fi.i-foot street froql- 
Hge. Pemberlim * .Son. R14 Fort street. 



TiCaTi THIS— for sale off THE 



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FOB,.fJALE— MISCELLANEOUS 



riTEACHER WANTED— (MALE— ©R — fB- 
X male) -for the ruroL-anhool. Clayoquot 
district, H. iv, Apply, lo Jnme* Holniaiiu 
secretary. TorirMi,.^n. C. 



\VAN"n^rj— tkaciYSr ■^foI^, burooynk 

VV boy school.. Salary $50 per month. Ai)- 
ply f}> B. Aleeriiian aeoretary. 



.jrpOB SALE '' 
X? . neas in s»'..i -i-.i. 
641 Harbinger avenue. 



A<J ENTiTWANTKO. 



I- 1 " I'l- OF 

'. HKh. d and 

!furk.~r.>o-, 

unyal Bay. 



Be. SAND ft GRAVEL ' 
* Johnsoh, St. ■rci.-.J'S'*^.'' 

grnTTrif sniKT. graver*7or- 
llvert-d by..^leo.in or 0!\ i" 

mtrirTrrN etTa .m -scott sa.mj & cuavel 

X Co., 633 Yates St — ficfeeni-d srti*l find 

grnvi I, Kriided; broken rock. i>l,-ick H'lll, etc, 
-Pliuues: OfJlce, b(i I . MiiiniKer, 2 IKS ; I'lla, 
L iK51, 



Rnwnrrt oA re-t-flrnlnK +o^ Mrw Abbott, 2.4fi'3. 

->■'.•rlll^ I 1 n.ul. 

t, , -l i-l..'. 1!1. :-i ■ 

i 128 .MeilliiJi nnd Enipr- 



IriREE , SA.VIPLES - AGENTS — BOTH 

■ aexes, rOn fuslly «<1tl $15 I" *<'> weekly 

to Income. Write today for proof and sani- 

■ple. L. D. S-etrd; 98 Reft^lf, New York. 



•T7IOR 
'X'-'-TiorH' 



pony. 



1 HEAVY 

:iTbo 'a ffnfrtl 
1 1 Snanlch, 



T?lOR SALE— SMALL STEAM 'rUG, Al 
X^ condition, 1025 McCasklll streeit Vic- 



toria. ' 



■T7\ORi>ALE— A KIMBALL SPIDLU PHAE- 
X* ton. henvv and Miailii to order; will 
last a lifetime; will make a low pvl*^***— Sec 
J S Elliott, 415 Pioneer Bidg., .Sen file. 



'rriOR SALE. CHEAP. BABY'S GO CAHT 
X nlipost-nw; -V^IOker 
Apply 1057 ColpnlBti- 



wllh li."-><i 



ti.p. 



HurnHlde road, close to Portage intct 
and proposed line, 17 acres «t $200. a snap. 
Holmes, Burnslde greenhouses, btrawherry 
Vale. I'.Q. \ . ' . 

K AM LOOPS DLSTFilCT, fi.4«0 AC»S«- 
near line of C^ (.'nnndlan Nort»*rn 
Hallway; well water- ^ '>n lakes and' crtok*: 
crin be dlvMed Into i2 Kood fanilB. Price 
low nnd terms eus)'. Apply to RotJI* 22. 
Board of Trmde Building. Victoria. -W 5 
Winch BiilltllnB. Vancouver. B. C- 



HA It- 
Apply 



inyOH SALE— JERSEY BITLL. FOUR 
X? years old. P. Vogelanr. Roynl Oak. 



.■^UK .SALE -THREE FIVR5UL - CALV ED 
cows. ..Apply If, G. Jamrs. Carrie, .St, 



iHHiH'Ver'TfAjntr-""" 



in SINKSS CHANCES. 



I.^OikSA.CiO--A BW3W7';'l;;.!t 
X^ ulise pane] boor., Vlcloii.i, 



S~MALL FARM-SOUTH 8AANICK, •% 
miles from Victoria on main roM* » 
seres pretty six roomed bungalow. r««4*ti)r 
PBlnt'ed Insldo and put sprtng w^tf* •» 
house barns, stable*, fire «««*•»-*•»•••, 
200 fruit trees, 1,000 strawberrle*. . JU tC Otia. ■ 
garden, all small fr|lt», about •«» »«r.»« In 
oats and pea* and se*dcd doirB to •iavar 
and graas, 6« chicken*, duck*, thr** Inw- 
— I bator*, brooders, good famtUT tow *»« • 
.-TASOAltO' quantity of farm Implementa A ge«ttM» 



nBcif only Iwi 



pn... . 

';'-iJ-'';^ii!:;."vU"'iC;i;e,Mi;;;^:"?.c.^ii:'-'"'' 



gofng concern. 12,000 take* Immedlat* |w«- 
ic*»lon. Price IJ.OOO.IO V^frmjo VVI His 



l,'^OR~^ SALE— LADY'S AND OKNT'! 
J? bicycle good rnndlttOTi,— coaaler braaes 
and Brook-'s saddles. Apply, 130« Wharf 

street. ■ . 



IIETVVBEN 

IL.^ IwO i\l*'lllllil iiiiiA umi ^i • ^—-. IW)1PI or In 

lleacoii Hill car. ttewnrd on returning to 128 

-,;n...ii.,,. »lr, . I 



SHORTHAND 



lel. 



ON RK.MNANT 
Ht*ttrrrr to Box 



St. 



. , , ;;i) OR BTOLF-N FROM FOURTH 
Hlreet, A biiick nnd white cocker, span - 
Fl^Mir ■;ilcnne notify Colonlsl office. 



\'\7'ANTBD— INSURANCE 
V V can conli-ol plate gl 



AGENTS WHO 

,„...v,. K-"-- glasi r,«ks In VU- 

lorla fir In tlT? -PViTVltntr -of --J-^ntrt irh- Co -/ 
IiifYibla, to represenl an up-to-dattr HIBte \ «"<•' " 
«liiB« InBunince company, -^I'liU' wlt.i ref- 
ei-enceg, hIbo Rt nl liiR II pproxlnui t<' timouiil 
or premiuniH e;ip,,.rled: «o<>d cominlssto'i to 
ilvlit pnrt> i-omm-rcinl Pl.tl-' GIiikh Ab^ 
Bi-rnncn Co.. n.-a.rorric.t, ,Mnii(rviil, Cnnnda. 



PBOPBRTY WANTED 



,4 "nVEKTli^I-^R- DESIRF:S OPENING FOI! 
:'V self, nnd $2,0<»n In KPnuln.t conotrn; no 



unmbler; exiW-rl Bteiio(rrnph.-r and nccoun- 
trinf steady hiihltB; lilKhest cnn'nillnit, rcfnr- 
Apply ■''''>'' '•■'''. ColonlBt. 



.AOR 



SALE— ^A PAYING 



ROOM INC 



i:^""hou«Sr Apply 5t!l HImcne street 

TTi7j(T.M mtJ^^HoI'SlT" AT LADYSMITIl. 12 
XV rooms. I*ri<;e »B00, three year lease, 
rent $20 per .mujollu Room 2, 716- jato* 



Btrer't. 



SHtlRTHAND SCHOtIL- 1109 BRUAD ST , 
Vlftfirta Shortliande T,ep<-ivrlt log, 

Looklf epintr. T'Mrgraphy thoroughly t«U"«;ht 
Unidii«ie» tUi Kood positions, K. ^A. Mat 
iiiillan, principal. 



V^'tlX BE PAID FOH 

1 , ry of 1.000 coal gunnies 

„i,,l,i. (lom our yai^d on i* kboiit July 2!). 

Uri!! K- WnlUer, : ' . 



-$2(1 



IT OST- nrAMIlNT) AND SAPPHIRE SOARl 
\XJ' pill. liberal reward. Box ff.ia t'olunlst. 



' '■ 1 — ^~Z7~~rrrrr, LjVi.ENDip rtPKNTN-O Iro-R A SOTtl'TR t^(- 

W'ANTED ..ACRF.AGK— tH!OUSTO"'"'.AN-»-;^p«5 ,fi'i1ffr1oi1«"ntnc-k»Tn-Ub' nnd -vnmodwoj-jer, 

VV lot or tw-o vacHnt, lots on ensy tomiB, i ,^j.„,|,, ,,,,11, j,),,,,, „-||i pe r<.nted to tic i-lxht 
i._. "lA i',,i..r.i>i 1 perBon, For further parllcu!nrB ni'Iily to L 

.1,^.) .4>.m'eTB, tV»;.wfn»<h <iia>6 .DiOUJ^^^rK, 

f.VoR''sALF7- LAUrJORV ANd" LOT ON 
X^ Slmcoo stt-ffl. block !i». lot 20 triangle 
shape.' Price $3,700. Apply 170» Gov't 8L; 



,,^Or" SALE— MOTOR. LAUNCH BS 0> 
J^ "Ixfl Fairbanks engine, 7 h. p. on, 28x7; 
IHiffalo, four cylinder eng^lne on 20x5. two cyl- 
inder engine,; 102 i:;olonist; phone 2422. 



iuiUkl. KWAfB, 



1-,«JR SALE— MOTOR LAUVCH. THE 
X^ "Gladys" 18 feet li>n», almost new. 
i„ fiift oliU* condlU6n. Apply CAr^nakcr, 

on k Bay boat how. : 

inoB BALE—SMALL THREaHER. ST. 
i^ Albans No. 2; almost new an*, does 
siilondld work. Suitable for gairollnS or 
"tier light powier. Capacity abt.ut 500 
bushels dally. Che^p for caal.. Apply 
smith * rater«»n, Koksllah, B. t;. 



Box .10, Colonist, 



\ Y^A^'T'^r) TO Exi-HA.NOi'' :;r, aci{E,s 

VV improv 



P 

property. 
OBk Bay 



ed Snttnlch properly for Victoria 
Phone H8319, 103« Hulton St, 



l?IO« RALE-NBW CHATHAM FANNJNO 
i'' mill with elevator and bagifor. Will 
sell af hi«.lf prlF^ SmltH A Paterspn. Kok- 

siiah, B. <•;. " \. ' " 



HINKSON SIDDALU A^ON 

p. p. Box l»f Haw Or»n« Thwitr* BttUM**- 
T*l. ••»■ 

OA7 ACRES ON flOOKB «*"»<>*: 
^Kii plenty of tood water, mafninMat 
view of haroor. •ti»Hi aad ^}r^»StJ^^-, 
talB*, about oae, half million feel »«o«^«nv 
ber. Property most •"I«»»>'« /"'^■♦'•'JErSSffi 

82Sl,^7«aWr°4«^^j!^f. 



Mkhon B 



D. MclNTOSfl" 

*t« and nixweli}" 



■«•! Bat»t« ••«! '*»*«'M*f*^i 



i«««rlii 



Selt^ixg OUT— Bnr bbductionb in 

R5 buKgle*, Wav<>ha and cart*. New •nd 
«nt aireet 



Y OT 6, BLOCK "*'. ' OaC^Att *T«»ff„ 
XJ $1,100; term*. 



, ' '„ ^ .;■ , I III I 'ij Il 'I -I it 'I- — p— ..^ 

T" WO LOrri OK ALDER trtAVMT. lt«lT| 
oaeb;' prlc %tm each. ^ ^ ^ ^,^ ,.., 

AC«» ON CABJWtt 

4 "• 



ON* ttALF . 
■treet, |l,oOOf 



■' Ii \. 



iwpiil^ ^ww' ' »imi..i iipi i i ii iftpi^ - >..,f '^^^w-^rmi 



Saturday, August 6, 1919 



VICTORIA DaSy colonist 



19 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING 

BEAJL l!,Sl'ATE-^Cont.> 



a;: 



THE GLOBE REALTY CO: 

Room 7, Uahon BIk. Ull aovarninant It 



ROYAL REALTY CO, 

uml Kinam ial AKtB. 



Real E»t«t«-. ItmurKn 

k'cvanc 
616 Fori i?ti-pet 



^,800"*ga',\^ 



/ \'U loi-la. J3. I". 
ROOMK. SlTl.fc>J 



, SIX ROOMS, EBN-DKR 



»'> /•A/lj— NKVV, KlIillT 
<lPO,Ul /V mil ml load. 

I:i800-^S 



ROOMS. • RJCH- 




rnwnicK AcRfii? in HAHrtiKTr roau; 

■A all L-lrHi-; nolhlntf bt!i,.i- available or 
closer In. Jl.SflO |)i»r acre. 



Bi;ys 



TVVKNTV-FIVE 
■partially til*ar«<4l. 






<ifeU i\l\l\ I'ROCURBS 
•JP.f.WUl; lulilvutffd; 
iMoilerii ; harn. rU\- 



S-room hou»e 



ALL 

fully 



.\ 



iHKAC.K 
lahinil. 



1\ AX.IJ PARTS OE TUB 



EW, KIVH 
lister road. 



ROOMS. M.V> 



5r 



$4,200 



ROOMS, MAN"- 



f'hrwttT — r««MV.-^ — --. ;— i- 



f>^,fJ^%J roarl. 



$a050 

$2,200- 



-FOt-K-ROOXtS. KLNtif 

;__^ /.' ' 

— .N E W. piVEJ- RiX*MS. /'KSQCI- 
inttlt. with nni'- tlil)d.' acri'- 

ROOMS. BLR. 



-NKW. FIVE 
r1«>H" avpnue. 



$2,250 






ROOMS. JAMES 



A 



LL "THRSE BRORERTIE,'? CAN UK 
handled with a uniiill c!\.«h i-inrn.r,' 



CITY BROKERAGE 

U'lS Uouslns yi., Op^'slte ^lurrliantu Bank 
ago 1 ()A f''^^-'' «'-'>OD O.ROOM'COTTAGE 



JUST FUN FOIf 
LYNN TO BREAK GAOL 



Man VVith Long Police Record 
AlmO'st. Duplicates His'PO'- 
formance of Escaping Ft cm 
Police Gells 



.V 



^^F 



la 



Jnil breakingr as a piistinie appears 
u." a peiichunt of John Lynn wlu) 



BllUOUt 11. 'W 



luso ui tar.;, cxtielicat.iiaulcii. 
■any ternm. 



$4,200 ";;i^ 



\ FIKKT i;LA.-i.^ (i-IKJO.M 
sc. good Kardrn and fiiiU 
ireca: thoroughly modem and closf ^o High 
School and t'ar, -. ; 

jib I 7,-r/i BLT^ ON E OF THE H I?ST 

•iP'i:, I t)U i)lann/d houBPS In Ihi- cll.v. S- 
large rooms . and good liamMnt-ni; largo 
ilr.gfis In ^!l bt'droiimB. th'' rnont fastldkuiii 
wonld ho pip aapd. within hiilf mil.' iif ili.v 
hfill. / 



$6,000 ""'.Z. 



COdD 8-ROOM HOrsF 
foundatlbii; cPTTlPtmiooT: 
ffi.nd Biiril.ii and shade trei»». on the hest 
•Viari ui -UJ-k-Jlu^ iVVA'nue. about onp-thlr d 
acre Iff land. . 



-J- 



THE CAPITAL CITf REALTY 

t<)MI-.\NV. 
Heul Kctiitp llnanclal and Inmiraiirr .\8:enta 



I'honp 



(UK VaIP^ mri'Pt. 



THE GARDNER REALTY CO 

640. Vales StrtPl Phone IKSJ 



V^AANIC'HTON — 60 ACRE.'' OF E^IRST^ 
•i^ class lana^ — JO atrog slashed and ft 
«' res clcar'-d: onp mllp from Sattnlchton 
hotel. Stream of Kooc}~wat<?r runs through. 
lYicc per acrp J200; good -trrms. 



O/'i FKK ; • '^ KORT i 
rjvf hfariiiH, riiimln*,'. 
(lose to Quadra. 
hi'St oh sForl. - 



t h rough :t'd""5Rwnrr 
iH); raakea this tht 



T 

balanci' 



HorsE ON i"AR 

lot «n\iao rric. jnoi); i-bo 



rpHREE-ROOM 

«n\iao 
nvrtnrmy 



LIXE 
. caah.. 



^IDNEY — FIVE AND TEN- ACRE BLOnXi 
lO of first class land in culUvatlon. . Price 
ptr ftrff- $800; good terms. 

-jr-^-OL r y!»T R fiA'>^-^nv-^=%i''^' R (r^ aF '='=f?Jcifr= 

vjr with good timber and some fine bottom 
land Can bo had dirt cheat) ^.tiS. on ea»y 
tf rma. 



BRITISH AMERICAN TRUST 

tO.Mr.\NY. 1 lU. 
Corner liroud and Ale it girecls. 



"\ ■'ICTORLA. 
V' Jot «lth 



WEST— FINE WATERFRONT 
wharf>s Prlre IIT.SOO: • 



1,-^ORT f^TREET— Ffh^, .LOT. 
J- producing. Jlo'.60J). - 



INTOSIE! 



/ tORNPIR— !)nxl!0 FEET' "ON ilONTRBAL 

V street. This wUI be<^<Jmfl valuable 

V ftr^house property In^ the nea,r tuture; 8- 
riinm house now on prPRerty. rWlc» }1l,060: 



(■asy t*HTV»r;;:;iS 



\ 



To LKT— TWO 4-ROOM COTTAGES, »lf 
mon't': <■■"<• f-room bungalow, 'Falrneld 
Balaie, $10 month. 



^A. WILLIAMS & CO., LTD. 

:0* latea Street. Phone 1»8«. 

ROAD. 



recently escaped troni .the c.lty police 
cells and when re-arrested was hcii- 
:!!.'iiced..to_ tivi) .v«:4ir« frti- an aitemittefl 
hold-iip of the bartender mid iniiiutcs. 
of the iK.vcelslor stiloon, ( lovernnieiit 
street. Uviin iieniiuiff tlie hearing of 
thf charge a«iiin.st hirn wus Incarcer- 
ated In the i)i-o\lni-lai gaol. He was 
kcousht be.forc.Jkli-l..,J.ua.ilue -J/aiut'iiuirL. 
and Hentenced to ^two years, bur vvh1l<= 
he was \valtliig for the declsioa of the 
loiirt he was not wa.stiiig ills tlnif. It 
wa.s> hot until after he was spnfin'^'nil 
that he unUi+rdened himselfto Superin- 
triTdetrt' ol" J^rovmciul i'olUe ji,ioS,-.v 
wlienhe. admitted tliai he liad attenipt- 
^ed-to . break from. the~HlHf<lde avenue 
p'ace of detention: "A youth from Xa.- 
na.'nio, dolnjc time for .some tntrior of'- 
-f«-iH-t«f 4i4ui aiipplled Lynn with a lih- 
and the Jatter 'iust to see what was 
in-side of the locit" a.s he e.xpressed It. 
had ttteTl" uway a^piece of the look and 
v\ a^ in a fair way to escape. The op- 
portunity, however, had not arrived be- 
J/tre I>ynn was arralgnt'd and sen- 
Jtenced, and during a -talk with the su- 
perintendent he atimltted to hi.s desire 
to get away from Victoria. In- hi.s poc- 
ket was found a large piece of the 
loc*k- which he has tiled away. 

L.vrin, when tried. Jeclared Uiat he 
had never been In trbuble before. _A.» 
.a._m*tter of fa<t the police reconlsser 
^urcd by the city authorities from 

;_.HVi(mt»-n*w-abaw-that lie_;JjHS. 

served 13 years In the penitentiary and 
that he escaped froin there on two oc- 
eaplons. His fl rat experience with local 
justice was when he was arrested six 
months ago and charged with desert- 



on ACRES FACING ON MAIN 
OU seven miles from city. Very 

13.200. 



cheap. 



20 



LOTS AT J250 PER LOT,-^4IGH, 
fine view, good land. 



URT, 



EVENTY. ACRES. WITH GOOD COT- 
tagc. stable and chicken house, only 
seven mUes from city, good roads, good wat- 
rr. nice, location, cheap $4,000. 



s 



FARM — 84 ACRES, FtNEST 
Cleared, undct^. crop, good 



OF SOIL. 

hQUs6 and 
outbuildings, ronslderablo stoolt. tour miles 
frotn city. SIS. 000, good ter ms. .___ 

mJnRTE^NAlJREsTFINE SOIL, NEARLY 
X' all cleared, nice now house. Kood nut- 
buliaings. good Orchard, a bargain at >«.600. 



HERBERTS. LOTT 

Phone. Ll lit , Board of Trade, Bldg. 



rnwKLVK Bi-ii.r)iN:Cr 

J- line. 5.^x133. half a 
iiveoU»i. Price 1980. 



LOTS ON. CAB 
block from Linden 



tng from the sailing «htp .Everett G. 
(irlgga and with aflsaultlng the mat.». 
J. C. Herl'*'*^*^''. He spent two months 
In gaol and after release hung al-aiit 
the cltv until recently when hj> made 
the attempted hold-up In the KxctlMl(»r 
Buluon, 

ALDERMAN HUMBE« 

RESIGNS OFFICE 

. (CoWtlnuea from Page L), 

fliar .Vld. number has offended against 
the law 111 that he permitted the de- 
livery by corporation teams of a quan- 
tity of earth, and refu.se to i\\ii prop- 
erty used as a brick yarcl by thelluiii- 
bi;r cHtale. Last jear when , the In- 
cinerator at the city wharf was beln.g 
repaired the then city eiibMiieer, Mr.' undcrsig 

Topp, had to find a spot whereon' |„ Anrrnct i> l, ,v hit^ilrlinrr c;hf'(k 
wtfLie. rnateriu! from corporation <-!aX».''^"KU-;'t I -' t< 1 DtfUdmg i,ncUS 

works could be deposited., Aid. Huni-i and stalT ui Market yar,! a.- ;jcr 

b(^^r,.:at the .suggestion of Mr.--*<>+>p,i.p^ann5 and ."^pcciticati'onH, ' wliicli 

vonsehted to ttiiow.a t^!^;;^.^; '^^^^^ ,caa...J3^-^eeri- .at-my nf f ic£.^:.Cily 



CITY OF VICTORIA 



A complete list of Local Improvement Works, authorized by Bylaw, from time to time, will be found 
posted on the Bulletin Board at the main entrance to the City Hall. 



Tenders For Sheds 
and Stalls 



ciiders will be. receivetl by the 
K'd up to 4 n.m. on Ft i-. 



NOTICE 



/ 



ground in tiie brick 

street to be utilized an a dumping 
Krouinl. Tlic city has l.efii iiHlng the 
brickyard since that time as a 



not 



con- 



venient place to get rid of waste uui- 

undaito.dc 



Mall. Lewdest or any lender 
ncce.ssarilv accepted. 

wxr. \v, xorthcoTt; 

terial. This year the_clty undarto.jk: MnildiniT ln>;nectoV 

^^5F^Spf5vetnV^flt-"work . on Man-! tiUlKUng iiispcc.ior. 

Chester avenue, whicli required- - .tl-uj| =r-r7-— r- . ; 

oxeavutlon oC"a large iiu.mtity ul' ma-. 
Terial. Tt was sjujfgested that the nia-1 
terliir sliouldlVe trepo3ited on ^thtaj 
Humbor estate i)rot>erty, as hud VJeeiij 
done before, and as Aid. iiuniber had] 
raised the question ..!' the class ofj 
dcbriir deposited upmi lii.s property,! 
which -mm- In a Kcnerai- way objec- ' 
tjonable, it was decided that a cov- ; 
erlng of clean earth or clay should bei 
put over t)>tt_firSt deposits. ^.Md. J-lurrr-7f 




TENDERS 



ber was willing to- pay for this In 
order that the objectionable features 
of the previous deposits should bo »• M 
elimlnn-ted. iUit -rir-iso doing be un- 
intentionally broke the law. 

On the advice of frtoMft^Ald.- Hum^ 
ber secured legal advice, which con^ 
vlnced hliB that he was dlsqualltitJUTmatlon 

and rather than sttr-oir -the council- 

when hi~Vvas legally not entitled to do 
BdTi6"haB resigned. - .. :^ 

He stated vestcrda.^- that he WQVpa 
— — ,^^jjate' ,it th fe tiy- tflt c^ 



STrT^rWrjUIIPftd for 1he_Tnaklng irnpd 
certain Hull and Machinery defects 

a 



nf 

to 

Ship ■•hhearwaler^" a li.st of 

which nuiy..h» ge^li on appll<"Hil"n ■" 'l>e 

Admlra'lty Ajsrent at Ksquimalt iJf.ck- 

rardi" who will also glv«— f^jrtlier Infor- 




CAircEx.x.ATXOir or sesebte. 



E. HENDERSON & CO , ■notice 

SylTester Block, Uooiu One. 711 iaies .Mreet l\\J 1. IK^Sl. 

®1 Onn— KAI-P ''^^■"•■^ CLOSE IN, GOOD 
i!S)Xji\J\J view • with, good surroiindlnga 
One-third cash, balance seven per cent. 



'•WATER ACT, 1909." 

TAKE NOTIOB that I. Frederick X. 
Norton, of the clt,y of Vancouver. B. C 
lUiVibernian. Intend to apply to the Lieu- 
tenant-Governor In CcSuncIl (jn Tuesday, 
the 11th day of October, A. D, 1910. at 
the hour of 11 o'clock In the forenoon, 
or ho soon thereafter as tlie flpplltratlon 
can be beard, for a ftnal Vlce.nse under 
Parts XI. and XU. of the,i"AVater Act. 
I'JUO." to clear and remove obstacles 
from salmon river and Orford bay., an 
arm. of Bute Inlet.. British Columbia, 
f&r the purpose of maklns the same fit 
for rafting and driving logs And pen- 
ning hack and storing water, and for 
erecting boomlng-grounds In said Or- 
ford bay. approximate maps, plans and 
patticulars of which undertaking are 
filed in the offices of the Chief. Com- 
missioner of Lands and Water Commis- 
sioner at Vlctorla:- 

Dated this 29th 
inio. 



tion, which must be held tcrflH fills' 
place. As his offence against the law 
is purely a technical one, and he -is 
not conscjtjus of having wiHully con- 
travened the provisions of the .act he 

ffols that he is entitled to cotue for- ., ^ ^ .u . 

acls l»''^ "'^ ° ,j^ ^^^ y^,teg jjf the minster District. Is cancelled, and that 

I the said lands will be open for location. 



NOTICK Is hereby given that the re- 
serve existing upon the lands embraced 
in special Timber Licences No. 20289, 
situated near Sechelt Inlet. .Vcw West- 



day of .Tun? A. 15. 
l-'KEDKjyjL-K >'. NORTON. 



— -spniifcildi' 'for 



OF DISSOLUTION 



C.H.RICHARDSON 

^\'< Fort strcei. Room 1, 1 j. stairs. 



o&onnn— KicHT room bungalow 

3poyUU with all modern conveniences, 
close to car line and jwrfectly new with out 
houses and' ^ acre of good soil. This wll( 
not last long and It you wish to purctiase 
ynur own home at your owti price act qulck- 



3pooUu- two 



T8 SIX RQOM HOUSE AND 
wo .good lota on Hulton atreol 
oh easy terms. 



ROSEBERRY AVENUE. NEIAR -FERN- 
wnod lORrt. lot f.0xl29., »475. 

BANK .STREIJT. NEAR WILLOW.S. f" 
room huuse, new, (4,200; tiuOO ca*|>, 
balance as rent. '. -^ 



[.>KRNWOOD ROAD, 



KBAR lAT' 



school. S-r^om house, It.OOt); .cash .1500. 

balance os rent. . 

V P^*iRTMK}W-HOU»B»-TOR :ifBNT-A^f^ 
.•■"i. tor sBl,e. .__ ' 



HEWLINGS & GO. 

JIO« Broad ritrtict. PhODS ITIi. 



$2,000 

$i^o<y 



-CORNER LOT, OAl^ BA Y Dl fl 
irlct. 120x100 feet. tloOd cash.j 

FOR TWO CORNER LOTS ON 

tar !bi.-. • • 



»»'.) l\(\i\ FOrt HOUSE A.ND H4 A<'RES, 
»lp<i>,UUU Victoria Arm ( Pprtage Inleli; 
good \lrw; good well of water. 

'Jr^ORDOS HEAD ROAD — 28 ACRES. fTO.t 
'-T p»r acre." , _! 



M 



ONTREAL .STREET,. HOUSE AND LOT 

■ $2,*00, 



Ofi i^(W) — SAA.NICH DLSTRICT. FOR 2f 



•ulil < ateti. 



acres with small house, partly 



1 i\() -^fRBR, RPROAT LAKE, ItT CHAIN? 
-l.UU waterfront,, $70 per acre. 

/"lITT PROPERTY; "goOdHiNvIesTM ENTS, 

' on I,>ouKla«. .lolinson and Yates street. 

SCOTTISH REALTY" CO. 

Room *, Challoner Bl'ick. Yntrs slrest. 
next bank. Ph. me 1401. 

-j Arv ACRES OF SPLENU'U. 1..VND, TWC 
JA/'/ miles from t;|r.vl(rhan station and 
half B mile from Cowlchan wharf, 40 
,Tc)*8 under culflvallon; good new house; 
Isrg" barns: well wntcred. Price $10,000; 
|.-inis arraiiged. , ' ... ..,._... 

/.•g ACRES ON SOUTH PENpER IKLANu" 
\)<S> new. well 'bulll cnbln. three . atres 
slashifd and pai'tly cleared; .10 or 40 acres 
of line land, nearly quarter of a hill.- water-' 
front :^ good b.e8.clv: . «ood water; splir^ndld 
shooting and flshlhg. -..i!rlce_only J2.000;, on 
*!,a»4- terms.'" ■ — J. .. 

»>i| ACRES OF GOOD LA.SD. NT'j HOCK. 
<*'/ good water supply. 12 acres slusheii. 
small house, close to station. Price oiil> 
»2,5nO. 



C. ARTHUR REA 

Real Kstate. Insiirnnce, Money to Loan. Eta 
Pbona 1621. Law Chanibers Bastion St. ^ 

Ti>ARM LANDS^IMPROVED. WILl'TOC* 
ir change good, farms In Manitoba .rtf 
city property. Several Victoria hom«« fOiT 
sale at reasonablu prices and- terms. 

'.: : ■ — — ' -'..'N .. ' 



NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION 



T.-VKft NOTICE that"^lie" partners^hlp 



TAKE NOTICE that the partnership 
heretofore Bubslsttng betw een John 
Fraser and John Morrison at Victoria, 
B. C. under the style of "Fraser and 
Morrison." WJ^8, dissolved 6n ''the iBt 
day of August. 1910, and that ihe-aaW 
business will In the future toe carrltxl 
oh by John Moriison, to whom all out- 
standing. accounts are payable and w'ho 
will be responsible for all liabilities in 
connection with tlie said business. 

Jf)HN FRA.SEft. 

JOHN MQRRLSON. 



ward iiga 

electors of Ward 11. 

In connection with tft* above 
following better has been aeni t ;'■ ' 
Colonist: 

.August .ath. I'Ji". 

Slf__\Ve. the undersigned, wish '' 
express our regret that: we shofi Id in 
anv Way have contributed to the dis- 
nuRlifylng of Aid. Russ Humbcr by 
the purchase of brick from the num- 
ber estate. The building Inspector 
wished some reptlirs done, whicti re- 
quired about 1.500 bricks. As we 
have been supplied solely by the Hum- 
bcr estate for years, it was clearly an 
oversight on-our ^ nart that we did 
anything to Imperil his standing as an 
alderman. In fact our own ■ team 
hauled the brick unknown to Aid. 
Humber. and we f«icl that we arc re- 



The Woodworkers, 

Limited 

Have their new factory on Douglas 
street almost completed, and it is the 
best, of its kind on the Canadl.ni 
coast. Th'-y manufacture everything 
Iti the Building Trade, nlantels. show- 
eases, store, bank and office llxtures. 
They can turn out 300 doors and lUO 
windows per day. Detail -ivoj-k given 

"special attention. They handle all 

kinds of rough and dressed lumber, 
lath, shingles, and have a large stock 
of hardwood on baud. Their dry kiln 
«^•8t^.m has all the latest improve- 
ments. . Archliccts and buililers are 
invited to call and inspect the piai'it 
aad prove for themselves that the 
above statements are correct. 



Office and Mill 

2843 Douglas Street. 

VICTORIA. 



("all and see iheni. Tli.-y will be 
pleased to show you lhr(n;gh tlieir 
plant. 

R. MoKINNEY, Manager. 




ATLIIS^SSURIINCE CO, LTO 

{EstablLslied 1808.) 

Capital and Funds For security of 
policyholders exceeds$26.OOO.O0O 

The Undersigned has succeeded to the 

agency of lliV.s"cuYii'pah'y f()>'nTerly"Tiera 
ISy the .Stuart Hobcrlson Company, Lyd.. 
and*' will give prompt attention to 'all 
romuuiiilcallons rcgardiiiB new business 
or alterations required on' existing poli- 
cies. I'lea:io address all, coiriunlcaiioBa 
to J. O. ELLIOTT, , 

.ipeclaLAeenLfjPr.. Vancouver Island. . 

Iil2 Broad St., Victoria. B. C. 
V. O. Box' 450. Phone 6S0. 



X.ASri> BEaiSTBT ACT. 



"Jn the matter of an application for a 
duplicate certificate of title to Lot 91 
of .Siililijt B!),- Keril.woOd--^Stat«" XMap 
ij-Ji.* Victoria City.- " 



NtrriCE is hereby given that It is my 
intentliin at the expiration of onu 
nicintl) from the. date of the first publl- 
<ation liereof to issue, a duplicate certl-, 
licale of tiib* lo »-aJd land Uta- ued — tu_ 



.lohriDavld Landers on the 31st day of 
'Jctobcr, laOS. and numbered 18yB4 C. 

Land Keglslry Office-, Victoria, B. C, 
July Z3, lyiu. 

,1. V. McLEOn. 
Deputy Registrar General. 



NOTICE 



X. K., 



z>«. 



the under the provisions of the 



Land 
midnight on October 14, 1910. 
ROBERT A. RENWIC K, ' 



Act, 



I. 



Deputy Commissioner of Lands. 
inds UepL. Victoria. July 14. 1910. 





CANCEIiI.ATIOn OF KESERVE, 

NOTICK l.<i hereby given that the Re- 
serve exi.Hllng on crown lands In the 
vicinity of Bahlne Lake, and situate in 
CasBlar District*, notice of which bear- 
ihg date June 20lh. 180.S, was pub- 
lished In Tlre^BrltlsIT^ Co'rnimrra tniTeTftf, 
dated July 2nd, I'.iOS, is cancelled. 
ROBERT A. RENWI.JK, 
Deputy Cominlaaloiier of Lands. 

Lands Depaitmoiil, Victoria, , B.C., 
June 16th. laiO. 

NOTICE 



„„,....-, the unfortunate occur-- 

rence, -The,pe*>pl>? J?f t^e north_ >t;anl 
can in afford to, lose such an able rep- 
resentative, antj we hope, tha-t the 
alderman will stand for ^re-election, 
and we are sure that he will be elect- 
ed by igfclamatlon. , . . 

DINSPAI^ & ^lAX^QtM, 
^ Contractors. 



IMPORTANT 
SALE 




CANCEI.I.ATION OF B,£iiBBV]L 



NOTICE Is hereby given thai the i«- 
servo existing In crown land,s In" the 
vicinity of Bablne Lake. .sltnat.n In 
Range o,-- Co.st District, notice of which 
was published In the Brltlsb- ColUmW a- 
Gazette. dated December ''l7th, WOS, is 



h.;iet^ore>;.b;^;^lng betw^erl's/rwiV: f--''!^.'" «?.i^.^ ffll-^fr^lV 



son and J. Kennedy at Victoria. B. C.. 
««4«4---tbe style of "The Victoria Gar- 
ajte" was lUssolved on the "0th day of 
July. 1910. and that the said business 
win In the future be carried on by S. 
j_,._Wllson to whom all outstanding ac- 
count's arepayable and who ■will be re- 
sponsible for all llablllflps In connec- 
tiorv with the said hu.slriess. . 

-SYDNEY L, ■t\'ILSON. 
.L KENNEDY. 



Maynard& Son 



latts to lots numl+ered 1519, 15LS, JS17, 
1616. 1515, 1510. 1507.-1506,- i5«6A,-t5<Hr 
l&Ol. 1502, 1512, 1511, 1506, 1504, 1513, 
16H, 1609, 1508, 1530, 1527. 1528, 1629, 
1531, 1532, 1633, 153*. 1535, 1637. 1539^ 
1636.' 16:18, 1510; 1541. 1544, 1543, 1545. 
15-16, 1542, 1647, 1548. 1519, 1550. 1520. 
1521, 1622, 1523. 1624, 1526, 1526 atid 
1B51. ■ ^ . 

ROBERT A. RENWICK, 
Deputy Comnnasionei of Lands. 
Lands Department, Victoria. B. C. 
June 16th. 1910. 



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Ti' '.vi-;i:j;.'< 



of. 



Preliminary Notice 
Important Sale 



$12,000 

Consignment of 
Magnificent 

Irish Linens 




SOTICE TO COKTKACTORS. 



G. 



T. P. OFFICIAL 
10 VISII 




Distinguished Party of Railroad 
-IVlen Will Arrive In Victoria 
On August 24—=Prince Ru- 
pert Included.j^n Itinerary 



iT Til I-: 



A. W. BRIDGMAN 

Real -Battti';— KUmtHjal ini.i liiH.niiri.i Ac. 711 
1007 Government .Sln-i-t \ a toi la. ,■ 11. C, 

1 Spring RI'lF 
A. W. Bvldgii 



t 



dwellln**. Jn Sprint "'''p 
f asb for both 
erntnent street 



< 1 ,9(!Q 
(!ov- 



sia 



LEE AND FRASER 

Iteal Kstate aud Insurance .Agents. Trounce 
Avenne. 

:^Wn-,L I'l.ncHA.SK A .-IX 
roomed, modern house on Clar- 

,■11-'' pireel. . 

'iti OnA"^' '•'*'• *'''^" ''^^'^ 0000 LOTS 
I.T* 1 ,«-UV/ on Montreal street. * 

-Fi)l< A -fTv'-K IKJOM KD COT- 
•,Ag,'. ■•hise In. on Co1Hngon"sT. 

'will- BUV: TWO- LtJTS ON 
Clagsum street, a good liuy 



Broad St. Hall 

■ ' . .Salesroom.') 

On dates to be shortly 
announced 

l.'iifler In'feirirctiiKis ri-cclvr-d troln J.-* 

'P. Murphy, EHq-I of Belfast, Ireland, 

(who Is'^iw :ln the city,) we will .•^ell 
"at 'ffie above haH, 

ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT RESERV'E- 
Ihf whole of t'hc above coiiHiKurivent 
--sW1>pe<^--to^«B. These goojjs will be 
opened up and on view three lays hj - 
fore the sale .takei» plac-ii, thua grlviur 
antpli^- MiH-e -ffH' !nsp»ctl<?n. . ^ 

i Special Motice— This elegrant line 
{will lift sold only by "Public Auttlon." 
Full ■iiartlt-tilara -will appc^nr lat< r. 



.•$25(nr 



$4000 1 



(jta^'OrCA ONLY — for a SEVEN KOOM- 

i3r».r'i.»-)':' "id ♦^ungBlnw on Menzirs street, 

.■oh'~iC. In r\ rry r<-«p«..-t 

'iT"Vl7il '*'"" '^ LdT~WKl.l. SITUATKD 

•(pi-tJlJU un Harbiiigt-r avcrtuo. 



On View Saturday 
Monday and Tuesday 



■SEALED TENDERS. . superscribed 

'•fender' for School at Sfissl..ii. K V," 
will li.- n-celved by the ' oinas 

T.iylor. Mlnlfiter of-AiVwrk- ■ nooil 

of Monday, the 22nd .^^)KUf«t. i:iio. for 
the erection nml cotnpl.t ii.ii ..f m four- 
roorned tlmlici ; :■ .' nt 

Mission. , 

I'lan.-*. speclftcatlnnp, contract, and 
forms of tender may be seen oh and 
fjifter^tbe 4th dny of .-\ugust, 1910,at the 
offices -trf the (Joveriiment Agent, New 
Westminster; R., C. Abbott. Esq., Sec- 
retary to ' School Trustees,. J4lSBloriL_J-.- 
H. Bowman, Esq., architect, 112 Crown 
Buirsing. Vnncouver; and at-_the Depart- 
ment of Public Works. Victoria, ' 

Each ""proposal rntist be ac(;ompanled 
li.v 'tfn"acce^ted bank cheique of tiertlii- 
.-ate of deposit' on a chartered bank of 
I'anadn. made psyable to the Honorable 
I he Chief Commissioner for n sum 
erpilvalent to 1 per cent- of the nnimini 
.if the tender, which 'sbniL bo forfeit, .i 
if tlTPiiarty tendering detiline tg enter 
Into controcl when called upon to do ro, 
t.r If be fail to .complate the work coi 
tr^rted for. The cheques or cet;tltlcnt. 
of deposit of unsuccessful 
will he returned to them upon -Ibo exe- 
cution of. the contract. 

Tenders will not be consblcr.-.l un- 
Tess hiadf. otit ^orii the forms ..supplied, 
signed ■■wit1i~tbe"a<s:irar'sTgii^ture df the 
tenderer, and encloaed In; tlie envelope* 
furnished. ^ "~:^' '. " '"'■ -'■■-; ~ ". 

The lowest or nnv tender not hecea- 

sarlly nccepted^ „ '- 

F, C. r;AMBLE. 
Public' Works Knglncpr. 

rnhllc WofTts Department, 
Victoria, B.^C..- 2nd August 



To Inspect WOlir on the Grand YrunK 
Paclllc svatem In British Oolutnbla, a 
distinguished party of offl<;lals of thiU 
road and of the Grand Trunk Railway 
will visit the province during the lat- 
ter part <if th*>-Hionth, arriving in Vic- 
toria from Seattle on .August 2).st. 
The personnel of the part>- Is made up 
as follows: A. W. Smlthers. chairman 
of the board of directors of the Crand 
Trunk Railway; Mr. C. M. Hays, presi- 
dent of the Grand Trunk Railway; Mr. 
E .7 Chambcrlin, general manager of 
the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway; Sir 
deorge and Lady Doughty, Mr. O. B. 
Hunter Mr. Joseph Hatson. Mr. J. W, 
Loud, Mr. W. K. Davis, Mr. H. Deer, 
Mr. J. A. ilut<-hli'« 'ti. Mr. D.,E, Gnllo- 
way, Mr. N.- Kiu'v 
Mr. Vivian Payii' 

era'. Miss Kna Smillu-rs, and Captir 
C. H. Nicholson; general manager 
the ti.T.P. ■ate;ini.'^lill> ^ei-\-ici- on tli- j I.. 

Pacific coa.tt. ... the 

The paRtVrafter spending a da.i- here, 
will leave iror Prince Rupert, returning 
hf^e- on "^nTti'mher :i»d. and leaving 
again on the <vay east on .September 
5th -During their stay here Jt Is iin- 
dcrstood that a declsldn will be reached, 
as to a site, for a Grand Trunk Pacinc 
hotel in Victoria. Furtht^r announce- 
nienfa of the plans of the company re- 
garding Vancouver Island will prob- 
ably be made. ; The tri.p of , the, party 
will tnchrde the entire ay»«tem. Dur- 
ing their stay here they wlllLbe guests 
at the Einpre,«K Hotel. 



In the Townsite of 



Coleman, Alberta 

Situated in Famous 
Crow's Nest Coal 
^-^^^. — "^ Fields 



In the m,i'> ' f in^: estate, of Blanche 

l-;de. late ol tiie City of Victoria, B. C.,' 

widow. 

All persons having claims against 
the above estate are requested- to send 
particulars therejjf to the undeTslgned 
on or before —August 3-2. 1910,- after 
whlcli date the executor w'lll proceed to 
dis'tiUiuie i.he asst-ts of the deceased, 
h.ivlng regard 'only to the claims of 
which he hks notice. 

Dated this 21^t July, 1910. 

Victoria. B. C, 

GEO. A. MORP^Y. ■' 

Soirdfctr for l-;xecutor. 

NOTICE 

In ths Supreme Court of British Co- 
lumbia. . , ■ . ' . " ; '■ ' ■ 

In the Matter or- tne jssiate oi itarv^y 
Wate r s , D ece a aed, IriteHtaTe, 
' '■ ■' ' and 
In the..,Mat'ter of t))0 OZpCloJ Adntilnls- 
irators Act:' •"■ '.r^,' ;•- c. , '"^ 
notice: Is hereby glveri that Under 
an order granted- by the Honoi;able Mr. 
Justice Clemept. dated the 28th day of 
June. A. D. 19I0; I, the- undersigned, 
was appointed adinlnlatrator of the es- 
tate of the above deceased. All parties 
having claims against the said estate 
are roquested to send particulars of 
same to me on Or beifore the 29 th day of 
August. 1910. and all person."? indebted 
to the said estate arc reriulred to pay 
such Indebtelness to me foi-tbwlth. 

Dated at Victoria. B. C, this 29th day 
of July, 1910. 

WM. MONTEITH. ' 
Official Admlni.strator. 



Be Capt. Edward Barkley, 
ceased. 

All persons having claims against the 
■ Slate of Captain Edward Barkley, R. 
N ..deceased, late of Westholme. B. C, 
are required to send-part kMilars, duly 
verified thereof to Messr.s. Crease & 
c'rease, 521 Fort street, Victoria, B. C.. 
Ull fir before the 3l8t day of August, 
1910. 

Dated"the .10th day of July, A. D. 1310 

(.'-(igned) 

OEOFFRET BARNARDtSTOK. 

; Executor. 

CoiupanUa Winding TTp Act, 189S. 

NOTICE 



Final meeting pursuant to .Section 39 
to be held at the office of J. G. Elliott 
on the 23rd dny of August, at . the hour 
of 3 |). in. to receive report and pa-ss 
account of . Liquidator of the Stuart 
Robertson Company, Llniited. 

A. STUART ROBERTSON. 

-^ Liquidator. 

Dated nt Victoria, B. C, this 21sl day 
of July, !;.l'.i. 



NOTICE 



NOTICE 



ICavlgable 'Waters Frotection Act 
.\( >TI'(.'I-; is licreljv (Tixen that John 
Uayiiiond qf the City of Victoria, Brll- 
l.slt Columbia, is applying to His Excel- 
lencj' the Governor General of ("anada 
in t.'ouncil for approval of the plans and 
descriptions of site., of works propusea 
to be constructed by lilm In Victoria 
Harbor immediately fronting Lot 562A, 
Block i X. Vi ctoria, B:-C:.—and has di- 
posltef tHe saild plans and descriptions 
of site with the .Mtnistcir of Public 
Works at Ottawa and a duplicate there- 
of with the Registrar Geaeral of Titles 
In the Land lteg|stry (;h'ice, Victoria. 
B. C, and that the inattoc of the said 
application win be proceeded with at 
the expiration of one month from the 
time of the first publication of this no- 
tice in the' "Canada Ga/ette." 
. Dated this 2Bth day of July, 1310. 
--..-."," - W.ll. LANGLEY, 

hi; Government Street. 
' Victoria, B. C. 

.=)Olieltor for Applicant. 



NOTICE 



\ 



v., Oe- 



Headquarters of the Gigantic 

Collieri-es of the International 

Coal and Coke Co., Ltd. 



Ke Capt. Edward Barkley, 
ceased. 
All persons baxlng ilatms against the 
estate of Captain Edward Barkley, R. 
N., deceased, late of Westholme.- B. C. 
are required to — RaBd.< - p arl »H ...ulB i.s,-^aly 
verified thereof to Messrs. Crearf.' & 
.Crease, 521 Fiirt street. Victoria. B. C. 
on or before the 31st day of August, 
1910.. 
Dsted the 30th ,day oT July, A. D. 1910 
(.«:ignedi ' • ■ 

GEOFFREY^ BAJftNARDlSTO.V, 

Executor. 



NOTICE 



• Messrs.. Stewart Williams I'v 

Co., of Victoria, havinp; been duly 

in.structed by the International 

H^&SfeGoaUnd Coke C- , I.t.l., wilLsdl 

I'liblic .'Xuction -i! ^ K-lona, 
(.;., nil MniiiLiy aii.l Tnri^d.iy. 
_ D_>th ami -'ulh _Sr|iirinluM-, 
iQio, the rc'niaiiltier of the (. 'in- 
liany's I'N.il I'.^^talc ll'.l.linf^s in 
the *.;''. "' Coleman, Alberta,! 
cornpnsin>4 .■^omc-Three IhuKtrcd! 
eligible Business and Residential \ 
Sites, located in this ihruiuK 
duslrial centre. 



In the matter . of the estate of Chan 
Tong Ork. late of the City df Vic 

tcrla. B. C. Merchant: _, 

All persons having claims against 
Chan Tong Ork_deccased, are requested 
to send particulars thereof, duly veri- 
fied, to the undersigned, on or hefo.re 
the 9th d ay': o f August, 1910, aft-fr 
which date ''be executor will procp'irt 
to dlstt Unite the assets of the deceased 
among tlio persons entitled thereto, 
ba\ing regard only to the claims of 
which be has nollce. 

Dated tlil.<i -Stb diiy of July, 1910. 
lU)" .\ MOR'lTIiT. 

\'ictorla. B. C, 
Solicitor for Executor. 




CANADIAIT MEXICAN FACITIO 
STEAMSHIP LINE. 

XOTlCi-; l.S IILKEBY GIVE.N by the 
ijndersigned that the Sun t^teamsblji 
Co.. Limited," operating the steam.ships 
Lonsdale .and Georgia under the above 
name ba.s no connection with any boat 
other than the above mentioned steam- 
ers wlilch may i^ow be operating or may 
hereafter be — operated unrler the name 
of the Canadian Mexlcan^Paciflc Steam- 
ship Line.' and that on the discharge of 
the S. S. Lonsdale nt prese-nt in the port 
of Vancouver, their contjection antl 
,that of the undersigned -as joint mana- 
ger" of the said llne'-wlir cease: and 
that they are not and will not in any 
way-be re.niionslblebi" liable lii connec- 
tion with any other steamship or 
"stenm.«ihlps which rhay be run or oper- 
ated- under the .above name. 

.Dated at Vancouver, British Colum- 
bia, this 27th day of July A. D. 1910. 

I'^or . the Sun Steam.ihlp Co.. Ltd. 

A. T. CRIGHTON. 
nadlan Mexican Pacific Steam- 

.-,,,i. Line. A. T. CUIGHTl")N. 

.loint Manager. 



FREE 



BOWDED 



MEBCHAKCISE OF AZ.Z. XZXTDB 
STORES Aim DJSTRZBTTTEO 

Duncan's Warehouse 

Negotiable Wsrehousa Receipts Is- 
sued. Furniture aud Eouaehold Ooods 
carefully handled. Stone Aulldlng and 
TjTI-OT InBTiran^ffe; ' "~T ' "" 



TIMBER AND 



111- 



FORESTRY 
SIGN. 



COMMIS- 



SCOURING YOUR SCALP 



I'. 1 ftfrther and full pan inilar^, 
;ins, 111,11.-. pliotographs, clc,. 



Fhone 1665. 



535 Tatea St. 



Will 



I ajipi 
Dandruff J 



t' 



.\;u:lionecr, 



MAYNARD &. SONS, Auctioneers, 
1311 Broad Street. 



Advertise in THE COLONIST 



Granite and Marble WorKs 

Monuments, Tablets, Granite 
Copings, etc.. nt lowest prices 
conslsten: iftlth flrtt class Btock 
and wi rkmanshlp. 

A. STEWART 
Cor rates and BlanchaVd ffts!' 



Remove tl^o Loose 
Scales, But it Won't Cure 
Dandruff 

vour hair Is brittle and thinning, 

, . iiave dandruff. The mere acour- 

fendercrs} jj^g, „f fj^p scalp -<tf the- loose scales, 

" ' won't cure dandruff; because dandruff j 

Is nothing „but scales of .scalp being,' 
thrown \ip hv « ttestlferous Uttle germ 
in . burrowing Its way to the root of 
the hair where it saps the, vitality,! 
causing falling hair and, <ln time, bald- 
ness. Now yoi'j can't stop dandrutf 
nor falling hair, ntnr pt'event baldness; 

lihress y«n:i de.sfroy thtit germ; and the 
only preparation that can do It 1? the, 
new ■ HcTeTitlTKr rtlacorery, Newbro's' 
Heri'lclde. in fact no other hair pre-i 
parallon claims to kill the dandruff, 

_j^,,rn, — alt of thcnr will clean the^acalp; ( 
soap and water will do that, lull 
Newbro^s Herpli-'hlc g"t». at tb 
of the tfotil.de 

grrni. S-ild liy loading drugg 
lOf. Iti .<iiaiTip8 for satnide t.> The Her- 1 lots 



LMi'i, 



Stewart Williams 

e-ii Fort Street, Victoria, B, G, 

umr& SONS 

At'CTIONKER.S 
555 AND 828 YATES STREET 

To Rent 



Final Sitting 

Ni»TI(M: Is hereby ' given - that final : 
."iitiiiK'^ .'f the Timber and Forest r'y ; 
("otnmlsHlon will he held In tb.e Court 
House, Victoria. commencing August; 
15, nejct, at the hour of 10:30 a. m. 
..____:: ERJSD. J. FULTON. t!halrman. 

.■VCTfTPTrTa. B. C. July 23_^ 1910. 

_ ;, ~~ — — ' "" '- ■ ":w ' '^. r — - — — 



SAMUEL HARRISON & CO. 




CANCELLATION 



OF RESERVE. 



House and cittage, central, for s.tIc. 
from ,3")C dozen, beds. 



oiiiy 
riidl 

nnd kills the dandruff j Pln""". '"•al'-y" ^ ,, , , „. , 

«,„ Send I bureaus, rhnlrs, blinds from >!,c and 
■ ■ " of other goods. Davles * Hon^. 

1,1 ,. -T>v,.troii Mich !.:voctloneers.ri65 and 828 Yates" street. 

pliide < II., T->eiriiu. .viK.n. , * 

One dollar bottles guaranteed. ; — ' 

(Jyr.u«-l5l. ' 'lioyVLH, ■^&pGt:ia,l ,. AgenU 

1238 tJovern.ipsmt tfireel. ' • 



Advertfise in THE XOtONIST 



NOTICE rs h«^roby^ glven^bat thA.re- 

serve exist ingiipoh the lands embraced 
in special Timber Licences Nos. 775IG2. 
28!)6,3 ancF~2S9fii, situated in Gold.stroam 
District. Is cancelled, and that the sAld 
: lands villi, be open for location under 
i the provisions of tbo IjAiid Act at mld- 
■ iii?ht on October 14, 1910 
j RORRHT a. RENWICK. 

I Deputy Commissioner of I;,and». 

! Lands Dept, Victoria. July H. 1910. 

Livery Stables 

xzLZi WOOD MJK9 WTOwmwotm 

R. DAVERNE, lis OtHllil St 

Opftoait* oily XalL 



Stewait, B. C, and 
Rupert, B. C. 



Prince 



P'iscal Ap:ents for the 

Main Reef Mining Co. 

Tiie properly of this com- 
patiiy adjoins that of the 
Stewart Mining and Devol- 
opment Co. 



■P 




i 



.. Campers and Picni«iifi«Mi 
not permitted to lAlfl4 iMi 
Section ^, Esquijmntlt Dii- 
tcict .otherwise knovm m 
Roaebank.^ 



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•sm 



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M. 



VJCnxmA DaSlY GOLONIST 



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It Will t»*y You Immensely to 
Visit AH Our Housefurnishing 
Dcpdrtmenta. There Are Many 
Bus«i<u Which We Are Unable 
to Advertise at One Time. 



SPENCER, LIMITED 



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ass 



It Will Pay '^ou Ixtunmstly to 
Visit All Our H^psefarnishinf 
Departments. TherlTAre Many 
Bargains Which We Am Unable 
to Advertise at One Tiih^. 



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Homefurnishers with half an eye towards making a saving on furniture and carpets should keep 

for every day we are offering furniture, housefurnishings,, etc. at price.3th 



in close touch with ou r daily announcements, 
worth y our whiTe~inv6stigating. -^...^ 



Solid Oak Rockers, regu- 
lar $7.50, for $5.90 

These can 1)e had in cither lunied or 
Karly English finisii. They arc 
comfortable and pleasing in ap- 
pearance. Today you can make a 
substantial saving on these, as we 
think, in fact are sure, that these 
are the l)est values hereabouts. 
Regular $7.50. Today .... $5.90 



Three-Piece Parlor Suite 
~3"^ lor $5^.90 ^ 

\'ou caii"sTm save money by'kccping 
in close touch with pur_Atigust 
Furniture Sale. This is shown by 

, thi^"-offe r iia g r--4.feJ% ffla,de o^ ^it*^^! 
mahogany 5:ames, beautiTully pol- 
ished, spring seat and upholstered 

. in .silk l^aeade- Today at our 

August Sale . . . .. 7 . rrT-^2^00 



Easy: Chair, regular $47, 

•Nive aiiij ccinfortable, one that will, 
l)Ioase you. Tliats' the kniut of a 
chair we are offering today, it i.s 

covex-ed-with an extra fine .fi.gured 

tapestry, and is extruMrdinarx \ al- 

ue at its regular price. Today you 

^ litav have it for ^39. 00 



Mahogany China Cabinet 
at^38.50 

The usual price of this fine jiiccc o'f 
furniture was §^56.00, it is riiade 



of mahogany, .Svith glass shelves,- 
and is lined with plush, beautifully 
poliii-he4, TJiejiiinute^ou set eyes 
on it you will-at once~"Be£l<ie=*tO'- 
have it in your home. ]\eu"lar 
<^S^.^r Tn.lay . . .■; 5f;38.50 



Music Cabinets at $18.50 
and $13.75 

If ynn have not.v.got a place to keep 
your sheet music or folios, don't 

■■Wclelay in coming here to select one 
of these handsome pieces of furni- 
ture, made of mahogany, richly 
polished, with mirror in door. 
These are being shown in our win- 
dows at $18.30 and $13.75 



Fine Art Vases, val. to $5, 
to Clear, Today, at $1.90 

Today will see themajority of these 
I)retty Vases go. 'J'hey are in a 
number of attractive slT¥pcs,'s6rne" 
beautifully hand-patnted. Thesr,- 
if sold in the ordinary way, would 
sell at prices up to !f5.oo. Tnday 
\ou may choose any one at J^l.90 



Tapestry Curtains Marked to Sell, To- 
day, at $2.90 "^ 

$2.00 is hut a fraction of the real u.'tth ^i the-> ; N i ■ 'ry Curtains.' 

They are extra hcavN, in a number of very desirable shadi ;ii i n^' special 
\alue Indeed the\- are v.. -nli>. a special trip .' ■ "wn to take advantage 
of, Today ; ..............$2.90' 

Rockers That Give Real Comfort, $2.90 

There is nothing in the-whole world ihatgixes such ease- to the- body than a 

Rocker, that is if it is 'com for table. The kind we are offering you Today 

arc iust the kind vou need. Thev are finished in- mahogany finish, roll 

■ ^r Special . . .' '■ • • ?2.90 

Extension T a bles, Today, ^17.0 

Todav's- offering, in Dining Tables is one that \viU interest evcrv'body. Th 
one is a specially fine value, made of extra fitic quarter-cut oak. hi bcautif:;'; 
flaky effecit and highlv-poli-shed. To-^ ' ■ this home for 5^17.00 

Dinner Se ts S pecial Today at $6.90, 
regular up to $18.50 

\ bartrain such as this in Fine Dinner Ware should not be overlooked. i 



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S pecial Purchase of Men's Cra- 
venette Overcoats Which Were 
Made to Sell ar$18 to $20, to 



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Go at $12.50 



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..■" uiiuMial \alue indeed. The prices we arc asking for them 
lodav is less than manufacturer's. They arc samples of this sea- 
son's goods, about sixty-eight in alK- comprising three-quartpr and 
lull length ,Che,sterfields. Soihe have plain collars and military 
>tvle. vSplendidly tailored, these arc bargains that are few and far 
between. You will also find.Craveii.ettes amongst them, also twocd 
mixttircs. 'Regular S18.00 to Sjo.og. To clear' Today at $12.50 

D ark Gr&y Cravenette s, reg. 
T ~$10 and $12.50, for $7.50 

S7.50 is a:smMl4iTJce.[tideed^tp_2'>a>^'for a good, stylish, wcll-tnadc 
Overcoat, yet you can get one here 'Toclay^arThi^-cxtrawVUnary low 
price. They arie in" dark grey^ Cr ave riette ai ' excellent bargain^ 



is rcallv a wonderftd offering. Cou-ists of 82 pieces. in Crown Derby style. 



with gilt edge. I'stially this sel 



$18.50. 



Special ....S|5G.J>0 



Tapestry Table Covers at $1, 
$L75 and $2.25 

T^'o iTousefurnishings iJciiaitmcni, tlurd ilnor. coiuc^ foi\vaiii i.rda> with 
mtcrcsting values in Tapestry Table Covers. These iirc in a number of 
splendid designs. It will pay you to be here early Today. August Sale 
! ■' are $r.oo, $1.75 and 5^2.25 



Japanese Matting by the Yard, 15c 

A splendid variety as well as good quality Japanese Matting goes "on sale 
Today at an exceedingly low price. This lot is in a number of desirable 
patterns, and just the kind for bedroom use. Today's Special Price, per 
yard * 15^ 

Dining Room Chairs In Suite, August 

Sale. ^42.75 \~ 

A beautiful suite of Dining Chairs go on sale today at .\ugust Sale Prices. 
These are solid oak, beautifully polished and ornamented backs. These are 
exceptional value. Consists of five side and one arm chair. Todav's 
price ............ ............ ^42.75 

Our New Fall Clothing Beginning to Arrive 

We are just in receipt of a shipment of Fall Clothing. The styles shown are 
such as to interest the- 4n05t ^xacttng. They are in fancy tweeds and \vor- 
steds, in -double and single breasted styles. I^rices'^- range frpm S^^.ys I'P 
to .... . . : ....:.; ■.....;... $22.50 

New Head-Dress for Men 

Mai blocks have been unpacked during the last few days. These were 

imported direct by us from the worlds 'leading hat manufacttircrs. Grey 
Crush Felts, also shades of brown and fawn will be the predominating 
shades for the season. -This year the most notable feature is tlic low crown. 
Prices are indeed moderate. A special value is' beiiig shown at . . . .$3.00 



Mantle Section Offers 2 Exceptional Bargains for This Evening's Shoppers 

Any lady wishing a skirt or long linen coat should be here sharp on time as there will certainly be a rush for these. 



Shoes fo r the Girl a t $1.25. V alues 

up to $2.25 

.'\ splendid variety "f fine ^"' t Girls 

go on sale, today at great savmg prices. 

These are Tn "BTaQr^^ =^'"^ 

' consist of Roots and OxTop ; 

'2 to ^. '! ' usual w a_\ . 

\\rc.- "• .\\ prices: lip to S2,25. 'Today's 

ipi.25 

A Clean -Up of All Rem- 
nants of Muslins, Cottons, 




for Today 



Every remnant len^^nh of such staple articles 
as Muslins, Cottons, Flannelettes, Prints, Etc. 
will ^0 today at unheard' of prices. The brisk 
selling done durino: our July Sale is account- 
able for this. Many short ends were left from 
bolts of these goods, so we have decided to 
clear them out at tremendously low prices. | 




Clearan ce of Ladies^ 
Long Linen Coats> 

Tonight, at 7.30, Val. 

$675 to $10 75, $3.75 



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I i \e with a fine Linen Coat, tMni;<lit 
L'ives you ample chance fpr choice from this as- 
sortmeht, for :we are going to clear out all of this 
lot at an extraordinary saving. ' A great many of 
these are trimmed with lace, others are trimmed 
with contrasting shades of linen. 1'hc principal 
shades are blue. "cerise, white.and i.m '1 he regu- 
-4at--valti«s were $6-75. $775, and $10.75. Tnnijrht 
■'at " l'" V'TU cnii r|ir"":>> one a1 ^«>.T5 



Ladies' Sateen Un- 



d ersltirts. 

Reg. 75c and 90c, To- 
night, at 7.30, for 50c 

V.vcn ii.you ili-n't iht(| an I'lidcrskin for imnu-diato 
' use, you will tin<l it ^ically I0 your advantage 
to purchase lor future ivecds. The materials, if 
hout^ht by the jard, would cost more than 50c. 
hnt^vc are anxunrje^o eka^ti .mu t-his line quick. 
Thev are made "f a good quality sateen, in stripe 
blue' and white effects, also pylka dot. Regular 
75c an(i 90c. Tonight at 7.30 50< 



Lace Collars and Jabots, reg. 35c to 65c, 

for 25c 

.\laiiy dainty designs are shown in this assortment., hut }Ou will have 
to be here early for these are extraordinary good value, and at 
this price will clear out quick. Regular 35c to 65c, for 35^ 

Ch ildren's $2.00 and $4.50 Dresses, 
Today, for $1.00 

A\'r liTGlin to clean up all the Children's Dresses which we have in 
stock, ranging at prices from $2.(x~) to $4-50, and in order to do this 
have marked tTiehT''down tremendously. They include zephyrs, 

- gingham, very nicely made, suitable for the little miss of 4 to 16 
vears. Today yon may have your choice at ............ .^jL:t.OO 

W eeK-End Clearance of Ladies' Linen 
Costumes. Val. $7.50to$12,Today,$2.90 

We veajture to say that we have never offered better values m 
beautiful, cool, stylish Linen Costumes than those which we are 
placing on sale Today. They are exceptional values indeed, made of" 
a very fine quality pure lioeil, in plain shades, in semi-fitting; styles. 
The colors are pink, mauv€. white, tan, blue. . .-^ats axe ia both 
cntavvfiy and .straight styles. These -are at least worth $7.50 to 
$ii.oo. But our aim is to dear them cmt. Hence t^he tremendous 
reduction. _ - "" '-'--—... 

Boys' gptMiirf at Slilistaiiti«l Suvingi 

BoysVand YotingMm'i^l^ Pants in various shades of tweeds and 
worsteds. - Jfctjtil«r $1.50 to $2.00. Tod»y |ll.i86 

.V clearing out line of Boyt' Wash Suits in Buster and Russian 
Blouse styles. Regular $1.00. Today 3B># 

Clearing out lihe of Boy* BtoUfM. . ReguJtr 50c. Today ...*^.flUI^ 



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